Thursday, March 5, 2015 AdarI 14, 5775
By:
Aaron Passman
Some Jewish teachers in the Philadelphia School District are upset over the district's time-off policy as it pertains to Passover. The week of Monday, March 29 to Friday, April 2 was originally scheduled to be spring break, however Monday and Tuesday -- the start of Pesach -- were added back on the school calendar to partially make up for the...
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By:
Richard Greenberg, Washington Jewish Week
Jews are known as the "People of the Book," and that book, which has sustained them, guided them and kept them roughly on the same page throughout the generations, is, of course ... the Maxwell House Haggadah. Produced as a sales promotion by Maxwell House for the past 70-plus years (at least 50 million have been printed), the coffee maker's...
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By:
Gary Landsman, Jewish Exponent Feature
The Passover seder -- the retelling of the story of the Exodus from Egypt -- is a ritual practiced by Jews across the globe. We gather with friends and loved ones recounting the miracles through story, song, food and, of course, wine -- so much wine in fact that more than 50 percent of the year's kosher wine sales occurs...
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Editor's Note: The following is adapted from MyJewishLearning.com's weekly "Ask the Expert" columns. Q: I'm a college student and I want to sell my chametz for Passover. One of my suitemates isn't Jewish. Can I just sell my chametz to her? How do I do it? -- Shayna, College Park A: As you may know, on Passover, Jewish law prohibits...
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Linda Morel, Jewish Exponent Feature
WHAT'S COOKING? The first time we hosted Pesach, I was so busy cooking that I neglected the most essential part of the meal -- the seder's ceremonial foods. "Did you buy horseradish root?" my husband asked. "Isn't the bottled stuff good enough?" I replied. "Yes, but I like a real root on the seder plate," he said. "And where is...
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