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Rosh Hashanah 2014: The Jewish New Year Begins

Huffington Post - 22 Sep 2014
Though Rosh Hashanah literally means "head of the year," the holiday actually takes place on the first two days of the Hebrew month of Tishrei, which is the seventh month on the Hebrew calendar. This is because Rosh Hashanah, one of four new years in ...
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A different celebration of Rosh Hashanah

Charlotte Observer - 10 Sep 2018
The Ruach, a band that plays modern Jewish music, and Rabbi Rachel Smookler led "The Rosh Hashanah Experience," an alternative service celebrating the Jewish New Year 5779. By David T. Foster III ...
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Jewish Journal - 17 Oct 2018
In November 2014, I moderated a panel on the future of American Jewry at 30 Years After's fourth biennial Civic Action conference at the Skirball. ...
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Poems of Isaac for Rosh Hashanah 5779

TLV1 Podcasts - 05 Sep 2018
Next week, from Sunday night until Wednesday at sunset, we celebrate Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year. This year, Marcela focuses on the figure of Isaac, son of Abraham, because the Torah readings for both days of the holiday focus on Sarah's ...
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Rosh Hashanah 3779 — A time for reflection

Delco News Network - 30 Aug 2018
Rosh Hashanah, which literally means “the head of the year,” is celebrated on the first and second days of the autumn month of Tishri (seventh month on the Jewish calendar). The word “Tishri” is derived from a Babylonian word meaning “to begin.
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Macron attends Rosh Hashanah event at Paris synagogue

The Times of Israel - 05 Sep 2018
French President Emmanuel Macron attended an event at the Great Synagogue of Paris on Tuesday to mark Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, which is due to start on Sunday evening. Upon his arrival at the synagogue, Macron was greeted by France's ...
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Rosh Hashanah 2014: The Jewish New Year Begins

Huffington Post - 24 Sep 2014
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated in 2014 from sundown on September 24 to nightfall on September 26. The Hebrew date for Rosh Hashanah is 1 Tishrei 5775. Though Rosh Hashanah literally means “head of the year,” the holiday ...
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Fortnite and the Power of Rosh Hashanah

Jewish Journal - 05 Sep 2018
The popular video game Fortnite Battle Royale by Epic Games may not seem to have anything to do with Rosh Hashanah, but it does. The game is simple: One hundred players parachute onto an island and furiously race to gather materials, weapons and ...
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Mahane Yehuda graffiti artist tackles Rosh Hashanah themes

The Times of Israel - 05 Sep 2018
There's a cornucopia of ruby red pomegranates, purple grapes and arched windows in Solomon Souza's series of Rosh Hashanah images, created by the self-taught artist for The Israel Innovation Fund, the organization that creates cultural programs to ...
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Rosh Hashanah 2014

My Jewish Learning (blog) - 17 Sep 2014
One of the common practices of Rosh Hashanah is attending the High Holy Day services, where the shofar can be heard. Many people go to a tashlikh service where they throw bread crumbs or lint into a naturally running body of water as a means of casting ...
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Table for Five: Rosh Hashanah

Jewish Journal - 05 Sep 2018
Torah portion Nitzavim and Rosh Hashanah are our invitation to stand up (Nitzavim) and question God, to stand up and demand of God, “Ayekah”? (Where are you?) To beseech and pray that God answers us like Abraham answered Him/Her: Hineni” (I am ...
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Making it Real on Rosh Hashanah

Jewish Journal - 05 Sep 2018
Too many of us these days are plagued with doubts about our self-worth. A rabbi I know who has counseled people for more than 35 years told me that even his most professionally successful congregants, who include nationally renowned individuals, ...

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