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Rabbi Joshua Bolton, director of the Jewish Renaissance Project and Senior Jewish Educator at Penn Hillel, is out this month with his first book, One Hundred Suggestions for Seekers and Spiritual Activists (Alternadox Press), already being hailed as “a new type of Jewish roadmap for the millennial generation.”
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It's pretty easy to get grossed out reading the double portion of Tazria-Metzora
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Painting with watercolors before blessing the wine Friday night is a new normal for Shabbat goers at Hillel at University of Southern California.