The High Holiday season includes Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year (Sept. 20-22); Yom Kippur, the most solemn and sacred day on the Hebrew calendar (Sept. 29-30); Sukkot, an agriculture-based festival (Oct. 4-11); Shemini Atzeret, which includes the prayer for rain (Oct. 11-12); and Simchat Torah, which marks the completion of the annual cycle of weekly Torah readings (Oct. 12-13).
Here’s our complete guide to the season, including articles on spirituality, Rosh Hashanah recipes and more holiday features.
Charm City Tribe's mobile sukkah paid its fifth annual visit to The Charmery in Hampden. Visitors feasted on frozen concoctions, shook lulavs, socialized and enjoyed the unseasonably warm weather. read more
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This concert is another in the continuing series of sacred music inside B’nai Israel’s majestic sanctuary, sponsored by the Creative Alliance and B’nai Israel Congregation with the generous support of the Jacob & Hilda Blaustein[...]
The former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne is getting rave reviews for his choreographed 12-piece “American Utopia” show. The CD (which was included with every ticket purchased) is pretty excellent, as well. This IS your[...]