Tag: jewish calendar

My annual “War on Chanukah” post

Please, if it means that much to you, just say “Merry Christmas.” It’s your most important holiday. Chanukkah is our least important holiday. It’s barely worth noticing. Isn’t Hanukah the most important Jewish holiday? No....

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Congregation Beth El Binah rings in the new year

Happy 5772. Congregation Beth El Binah celebrates Rosh HaShanah, literally “Head of the Year,” with services at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center at 8 p.m. today and 10:30 a.m. Thursday. Services will be conducted...

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Happy Rockin’ Rosh Hashanah Eve

Crappy wine is part of every Jewish celebration Rosh Hashanah literally means Head (rosh) of the (ha) Year (shanah) or New Year. The holiday starts at sundown on Wednesday, Sept. 8 this year. The holiday is celebrated on the...

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