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Keeping Jewish

Keeping Jewish - Rosh Hashana 5783

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In the Rosh Hashana issue of Keeping Jewish:

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Sari Horwitz talks about corporate accountability, teshuvah, and celebrating holidays in Tucson.

Rabbi Yehuda Ceitlin writes about voting for the first in the primary election this past month - and its spiritual connection.

A new Rabbi & Rebbetzin are joining Chabad at the University of Arizona, and there's a kosher pizza truck serving up fresh pies.

We have a guide to the observances of the month of Elul and the traditions of Rosh Hashanah (Sep. 25-27, 2022), plus a delicious cinnamon apple kugel recipe.

Welcome to town: Staff Sgt. Corey Silfen who serves at David-Monthan Air Force Base and loves the outdoors.

Read about the connection between Labor Day and Elul, a touching story about a new year's greeting card, and humor about crazy laws that are surprisingly still valid.

Do you know South Africans? Take the quiz on their Jewish traditions.

https://issuu.com/keepingjewish/docs/keeping_jewish_september_2022

Keeping Jewish - August 2022

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The new issue of Keeping Jewish, the monthly newspaper of Chabad Tucson, features the daring trip of Arizona Dr. Jack Rosoff to assist people in war-torn Ukraine.

Commemorating Tisha B'Av: A short guide to the saddest day on the Jewish calendar and a reflection on being less judgmental of others.

Celebrating Tu B'Av: Fun activities to do on this holiday of love and marriage.

A visit to the neurologist has brought back a memory of a Brazilian tribe's painful coming of age ceremony.

Welcome to Town: Alan Simmonds is soon turning 87 and is beginning a new chapter in his life with family in Tucson.

Plus: Spiritual lesson from a cross-country trip, a humorous take on school supplies, and an easy summer recipe.

https://issuu.com/keepingjewish/docs/keeping_jewish_august_2022

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