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Rice and Beans and Corn, Oh My!

On Passover, these foods remain out of bounds for Ashkenazim, but a rabbinic panel is examining the ban.

by Rabbi Paul Plotkin | Comments Off on Rice and Beans and Corn, Oh My!

No Devil in These Details

As his attorney friends say, he will “stipulate” that we face some troubling statistics. But for the past few months, Rabbi Steven Wernick has been digging deeper into Pew, looking beyond the sound bites for a more nuanced read on Conservative Judaism today.

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What Freedom?

Conventional wisdom holds that the Passover seder is a celebration of our liberation from slavery in Egypt. But the Hagaddah really has a different agenda.

by Rabbi Judah Kogen | 1 Comment

New Roads to Engagement

A new project from FJMC and Brandeis University looks to lower barriers in synagogue life.

by Michael Brassloff | 1 Comment

Light a Candle, Preserve a Memory!

by Stephen Neustein | Comments Off on Light a Candle, Preserve a Memory!

Turning Gold into Lead

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study

by Dr. Barbara Levin | Comments Off on Turning Gold into Lead
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Two-By-Two?

A new initiative aims to challenge the “Noah Syndrome,” our tendency to treat couples as the social norm and marginalize singles.

by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on Two-By-Two?

Women’s League is the Voice of Conservative Jewish Women for Tikkun Olam

by Sarrae G. Crane | Comments Off on Women’s League is the Voice of Conservative Jewish Women for Tikkun Olam
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Words of the Century

Couldn’t make it to the United Synagogue Centennial? Here are excerpts from keynote speeches.

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In Harmony: People and Music

Voices of the Conservative Movement

by Hazzan Sam Weiss | 1 Comment
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