Monday, March 30, 2015 Nisan 10, 5775

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From radio broadcasts to live stream webcasts, it's easy to listen in to some local synagogues' High Holiday services — even if you're halfway around the world.
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Julie Wiener, JTA
Here are some new offerings at the junction between high-tech and High Holidays.
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Taylor Orlin, JE Feature
Get creative with a new twist on classic matzah ball soup, challah and tzimmes recipes to kick off the High Holidays.
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Matthew Kitzen-Abelson, JE feature
A classical piece written in 2011 for trombone, shofar and orchestra, Tekeeyah brings audiences "to tears."
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Nitzavim/Vayelech, Deuteronomy 29:9-31:30
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Rabbi Adam Zeff
Just as a diverse community of Israelites gathered to affirm their covenant with God in this week's Torah reading, we must honor the diversity within our congregations when we come together for Rosh Hashanah, writes a local rabbi.
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Religious Events

Mon. Mar 30
Jewish Learning Venture
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Mon. Mar 30
Main Line Reform Temple
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Mon. Mar 30
Etz Chaim Center for Jewish Studies
8:15 PM

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