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Hipster guide to the High Holy Days

by Avishay Artsy

2 days ago

Upper left: Neshuva’s Tashlich at the beach Photo by Scott Tansey; Bottom left: Wine cups Photo courtesy of East Side Jews; Bottom right: Rosh Hashanah wood sign by zebratoys, etsy.com; Bottom middle chest thumping photo by Edmon Rodman.

3 ways to find High Holy Day meals

 

Ask your Jewish friends’ parents to adopt you for a couple of weeks.

Call your local synagogue and have them match you with a family.

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