Yeah!!! The week is over! Party at my apartment! DJ Pauly D will be spinning house tunes all night long!
I’m happy to report that I really like the newest episode of The Adventures of Todd & God. I especially like the beginning, middle, and end. How about you?
Tu Bishvat is the holiday of the hippies. Dirty, dirty hippies. Don’t ever have a Tu Bishvat Seder. Ever. Okay, I’m lying. It isn’t just for hippies (and hippies aren’t necessarily dirty). And this new article shows that the seder can be fun for anyone. Seriously.
Finally, we have two new articles about the Jews in Morocco and Rome. That’s two separate communities. But I propose someone writes an article about Roman Jews living in Morocco. Or Moroccan Jews living in Rome. Or, Moroccan who speak Italian. Or! Oh, I’m being cut off.
Pronounced: SAY-der, Origin: Hebrew, literally “order”; usually used to describe the ceremonial meal and telling of the Passover story on the first two nights of Passover. (In Israel, Jews have a seder only on the first night of Passover.)
Pronounced: too bish-VAHT (oo as in boot), Origin: Hebrew, literally “the 15th of Shevat,” the Jewish month that usually falls in January or February, this is a holiday celebrating the “new year of the trees.”