Pesach Grape Juice Wars & Other Orthodox Jews in the News

The Grape Juice Wars of Passover Orthodox Jews bless and drink a cup of wine three times on the Sabbath and four times at each of the two Seders for Passover. The almost 150-year-old American titan of grape juice: Welch’s, whose name is practically a synonym for grape juice, and the 129-year-old Manischewitz, the world’s […]

Pesach: How to Read the Hagaddah

Rabbi Fohrman asks how and why the Maggid section of the Hagaddah is how it is, showing how, upon first reading, it might be difficult to understand. He shows, however, that the Maggid section is really a meta-story that leads into an actual story, which is where all of the action takes place. This video […]

One Minute Insight: What Matzah Can Teach Us About Seizing The Day

It’s called the “bread of freedom,” but did you know it’s also the bread of growth? Director of Photography: Elliot Gabor http://eliecreative.com Produced by Seth Feldman Production Assistant: Danny Moallem  

One Minute Insight: Why Do Some Prefer Lettuce For Their Bitter Herbs?

Why do some people prefer to use romaine lettuce for bitter herbs (maror) in their Seder plates ? Director of Photography: Elliot Gabor http://eliecreative.com Produced by Seth Feldman Production Assistant: Danny Moallem

Five Tips For a Better Passover Seder!

The Seder is a wonderful experience but it can be far more fulfilling if the leader understands what he’s doing and if all members of the family and guests are involved. Here are some tips to get the most out of your Seder: 1. Do your homework. If you were giving a speech at work, […]

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