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Cantor David Frommer
March 1, 2017

On the morning of Election Day, Hillary Clinton’s chances of defeating Donald Trump stood at 85%, according to The New York Times. With only four minutes left in the Super Bowl, the Atlanta Falcons’ chances of defeating the New England Patriots stood at 92%, according to ESPN. Two days ago, at the Oscars, La La Land’s chances of defeating

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Notes Worth Knowing
Cantor David Berger
January 23, 2017

What a week to be gathering together here.  Many of us have spent the last few months in fear and anxiety – checking our news feeds every few minutes looking both to confirm our fears and somehow find hope that something incredible might still happen to save us from… well, everything.

It is completely overwhelming and can even be

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Notes Worth Knowing
Cantor Ellen Dreskin
January 9, 2017

I first met Debbie Friedman when I was 17. It was Hanukkah of 1974 and Rabbi Sam Karff had invited her to my home synagogue, Congregation Beth Israel in Houston, TX, so that she might introduce her new

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Notes Worth Knowing
Cantor Steven Weiss
December 13, 2016

Here’s a story for you.

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago – 2200 years ago, in fact – there lived an evil, tyrannical king who ruled over the province of Judea.

He had such a high opinion of himself that he even gave himself the title of “God-manifest.” (Any similarities to leaders today with delusions of grandeur are

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Cantor Kerith Spencer-Shapiro
November 18, 2016

"Whoever practices charity and justice fills the world with loving kindness" - Talmud; Sukkah

We are excited to join many of you at the next ACC/GTM Convention, June 25-29, 2017 at Red Rock Resort Spa and Casino in Summerlin, NV. Inspired by combining Las Vegas' reputation with our own musical twist,

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