Best of the Week

You should know that when I say that this stuff is the best of the week, I don’t necessarily mean that it’s better than last week’s material. Then again, I’m not NOT saying isn’t better. That for you to decide. Or not.

Archeological discoveries in Israel, like most things in the country, turn out to be controversial. That’s right, that coin you found on Birthright may not be as valuable as you thought. Also, this article doesn’t cover that–it’s much more interesting.

Get rid of those cans of pre-made baked beans because we have an awesome recipe for vegetarian baked beans for you. We know you’ll enjoy.

Last Shabbat, I walked over to the tomb of President Ulysses S. Grant. Pretty awesome memorial if I must say so myself. However, did you know he had a thing in for the Jews? Read all about it.

This week marks the start of Adar. Simple enough? Not really. Read why the Jewish calendar can get a little complicated.

I think that’s it for now! See y’all next week.

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