Getting Your Rosh Hashanah On

Not to alarm you or anything, but the High Holidays are coming up. My fam and I haven’t figured out what, erm, time zone we’ll be in, but if you’re more coordinated than we are (let’s hope so), you should be on the lookout for tickets. If you’re in New York, BangItOut has a handy guide to places and prices (and any available student discounts!), and if you’re in a smaller community, chances are there’s a Chabad offering a free or pay-what-you-wish service somewhere.

And if you’re looking for a 3-minute guide to running a Rosh Hashanah meal, don’t forget about Todd and God.

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