Sunday, December 21, 2014 Kislev 29, 5775

Despite the temptation to leave our Jewish commitments behind during the lazy days of summer, a local rabbi suggests bringing a little Yiddishkeit to the beach, the mountains, or even the backyard.


Before JDate existed, summer camp was the natural place to find a Jewish match. Rabbi Joshua Gruenberg reminisces about "Shabbos walks" and ponders the progeny that resulted from camp shidduchs. 


When Rabbi Michael Ross was about to become the primary caregiver for his young son, his usual sources of inspiration — Jewish texts — failed to provide answers.  

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