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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1612 "The Rabbi, The Choirmaster & The Pandemic" – WAMC

| August 13, 2021

The numbers of ways educators were able to do their jobs and serve their students during the COVID-19 pandemic is probably equal to the number of educators that exist.

Disney star Raviv Ullman is ready to be your new rabbi – Forward

| August 13, 2021

Raviv Ullman might have been your middle school crush when he starred in Disneys Phil of the Future.

Meet Meir Goldberg: Business Opportunities Attracted Him to Israel The Jewish News – The Jewish News

| August 13, 2021

Sitting down with Meir Goldberg, 39, was a leap back in time for me. I remember him when he was a teenager, and it was fun to catch up with him after all these years.

Altercation: The Ghost That Stalks the American Jewish Establishment – The American Prospect

| August 13, 2021

This weeks Altercation is (mainly) authored by the extremely prolific Shaul Magid, professor of Jewish studies at Dartmouth College, Kogod senior research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, and rabbi of the Fire Island Synagogue in Seaview, New York. It draws on the research and arguments of his new book, Meir Kahane: The Public Life and Political Thought of an American Jewish Radical, though its contents are original to Altercation. When people today hear the name Meir Kahane, most think about the militant and racist rabbi turned Israeli politician who founded a political party in Israel, was elected to the Knesset in 1984, and was removed in 1987 under the Racism Law legislated just for him, which made his party illegal.

Rabbi Yoel Kahn, scholar who preserved Lubavitcher rebbes words, dies at 91 – The Times of Israel

| July 18, 2021

JTA Rabbi Yoel HaKohen Kahn, whose job was to memorize and transcribe the extemporaneous talks by the Lubavitcher rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, died on July 15. He was 91

Rabbis and Their Pets – Atlanta Jewish Times

| July 18, 2021

AJT asked a few of Atlantas rabbis known to have pets about the experience of owning a furry family member.

Temple Beth Sholom welcomes Altshuler as new rabbi – YourObserver.com

| July 18, 2021

Stuart Altshuler has a love of Jewish culture and education.

Rabbi on speech at DC rally against antisemitism: ‘Hiding has never worked’ – LEX18 Lexington KY News

| July 18, 2021

(LEX 18) Rabbi Shlomo Litvin, the director of the Chabad of the Bluegrass, is back in Lexington after spending a weekend in Washington, D.C., where he spoke at a rally organized in response to the rise in antisemitism across the country. "I focused on the idea of no fear," Rabbi Litvin told

Rabbi Tovia Singer, anti-missionary man, to speak at Beth Yeshurun later this month – Jewish Herald-Voice

| July 18, 2021

At some point, there was a parting of the ways. Two identities formed: Judaism and Christianity

A contrarian artist who took inspiration from a Hasidic rabbi and a Vietnamese general – Forward

| July 18, 2021

The French artist Christian Boltanski, who died on Bastille Day at age 76, expressed emotions through conceptual art associated with Judaism as well as universal experience. His Ukrainian Jewish father escaped deportation during the Nazi Occupation of Paris by hiding in a space under the floorboards of the family apartment for 18 months.


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