Posted on October 30, 2011 by Eliyahu B.
Cross-posted from the Peaceable Pilgrim: Shalom friends! It is the beginning of a new week here in Jerusalem, and the past one was filled with SO MUCH AWESOMENESS that I just have to share with you. Classes started up again full-swing on Sunday, and even though I was somewhat dreading getting back to a normal Continue Reading »
Posted on September 25, 2011 by Avi Strausberg
in this week’s double parsha nitzavim and va’yelech, we edge closer and closer to our separation with moshe and our coming together in the land of israel. as God runs through His final instructions with moshe, He reveals that no sooner than moshe dies and the people enter the land, they are going to sin, Continue Reading »
Posted on April 15, 2011 by The Director of Digital Media
Alum Ari Berkowicz (2009-10) made this great Pesach music video!
Posted on March 20, 2011 by David Bogomolny
This never gets old: Pardes Alumnus Matt Bar‘s Purim Rap with a R. Zvi Hirschfield cameo 🙂
Posted on March 20, 2011 by Jean
When I drove down Whiskey Row, past the town square, someone was standing by the county courthouse, playing bagpipes. Part of my mind noted how odd that was. I parked my car by the funeral home and got out. I walked with determination halfway to the door. Then I turned around and walked back to Continue Reading »
Posted on December 24, 2010 by The Director of Digital Media
Posted on December 18, 2010 by Joel D.
Not sure how to react to this video. Flash Mobs can be a fun creative way to turn the world into a musical, and they represent a peaceful method for protest. Would it be better if all anti-Israeli protests were done in this fashion rather than in boats trying to set off a violent attack? Continue Reading »
Posted on November 30, 2010 by Zahara
Maybe everyone’s already seen this. If so or not, check out this adorable Channukah remix from the Maccabeats…
Posted on November 28, 2010 by Shibley
I have written here and there about the shaliach tzibbur (communal emissary) and the importance that that role has in the experience of Jewish prayer. If you go back and read my post about Yom Kippur, I wrote that the shaliach tzibbur for musaf did not have the most magnificent voice, but that his presence, Continue Reading »