Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Sivan 9, 5775
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At 87, Rabbi Ezekiel Musleah continues to share the "old school" Torah reading skills he first developed in India; recently celebrating 25 years as the designated reader at a Conservative synagogue in Center City.
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The confluence of Shavuot and the extended Memorial Day weekend offers the perfect opportunity to delve deeper into this learning-oriented holiday.
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Rabbi Tzvi Sinensky
Before Moses' revelation at Mount Sinai came Elijah, whose own revelation serves as a crucial counterpart to the national revelation we celebrate on Shavuot.
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Edmon Rodman, JTA
On Shavuot, we are reminded that the Torah is a Tree of Life to which we are to hold fast. But what happens when that hold slips from your grasp?
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Shavuot events in Philadelphia this year are drawing on collaborative efforts between synagogues, and across denominations.
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