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Passover Seder

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  • How to Involve the Kids in Passover

    How to Involve the Kids in Passover
    The Jewish holiday of Passover begins next Monday evening with the Seder, a ritual feast.  Friends and family gather together to retell the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
  • Gay Pride events acknowledge same sex marriage

    Gay Pride events acknowledge same sex marriage
    Three Jewish organizations in South Florida celebrate Gay Pride Month this week with events that acknowledge same sex marriage being legal in Florida since last January, as well as programs that note the history of the fight for equal rights for the...

    Play tackles addiction in Jewish community

    Play tackles addiction in Jewish community
    Michael Kamenir worked as a professional actor until he was 26 before finding success as a general contractor. As a parent, he coached soccer and softball and described himself as "super dad." For eight years, he said, no one knew he was addicted to...

    My Time: Children honor Passover at Kneseth Israel

    My Time: Children honor Passover at Kneseth Israel
    Rabbi Moshe P. Weisblum conducted a modified Passover seder for the Kneseth Israel Pre-School on April 1. Children from the 3-year-old and pre-K classes sang traditional Passover songs and answered the "Four Questions." Families and friends enjoyed eating...

    Great wines for $15 and under

     Great wines for $15 and under
    For a St. John, I love Passover each year. I go back to my hometown of Denver and attend a couple of Seder meals at homes of Jewish friends. But the kicker is that they ask me to conduct a tasting of kosher wines during the Haggada, the hours-long...