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Longmont, CO [80501]
Friday, November 28
Light Candles at: 4:18 pm
Shabbat, November 29
Shabbat Ends: 5:20 pm
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All High Holiday services and Rosh Hashana community dinner, will take place at the Plaza Event Conference Center of the Best Western Plus Hotel - ...
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My Journey from Kuwaiti Arab to Jerusalemite Jew
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Of the hundreds of e-mails we receive every day at Chabad.org, many are from ...
 
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From Dutch Theater to Challah Workshops
Smadar Morag used to try hard to hide her Judaism, which she considered a burden . . .
 
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