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Celebration! Magazine - Celebration Magazine reminds, educates and encourages Jews throughout the state of upcoming holidays, history and Jewish observance.

Counting of the Omer 2014 - From the second night of Passover until the day before the holiday of Shavuot, we engage in a unique mitzvah called sefirat ha'omer (counting of the omer). The Torah commands us during this time each year to count seven complete weeks for a total of 49 days.

Talmudic Studies

Business, marriage, holiday observance, civil law, ethics, philosophy, ...

Apr 24 2014 6:00AM

Mystical Themes of the Bible

Spiritual perspectives on the weekly Torah reading based on the teachings of the great Chassidic masters. Instructor: Rabbu Yona Matusof Contact: 608-231-3450

Apr 26 2014 9:00AM

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Soul Sister

By Rochel Holzkenner

I was feeling great before she walked into the room. She came in, our eyes met, and my joie de vivre started to deflate . . .

Kedoshim in a Nutshell

Mitzvahs about Shabbat, charity, honesty in business, sexual morality, respect and honor of parents, idolatry, equality before the law and the sacredness of life.

Kedoshim Poem

By Chana Engel

A thought-provoking poem shedding light on the week’s Torah portion. A great discussion starter.

Are All Believers Insane?

By Tzvi Freeman

Hi, my name is Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. I am the person your professor warned you about. Why? Because I believe first and prove afterwards.

Just Be Happy and Positive!

By Shifra Sharfstein

Practical ideas on how we can change our perspective to create more happiness within our daily lives.

Is Rain Good or Bad?

By Binyomin Bitton

In this mystifying tale of the Talmud we encounter the miraculous personage of Rabbi Chanina ben Dosa, who prays for the rain to cease. Learn the hidden meaning to this seemingly bizarre story.

Attending Non-Kosher Birthday Parties

By Yisroel Cotlar

Our eight-year-old son gets invited to birthday parties where non-kosher food is served. What’s the best way to handle this situation?

Chasing Judaism

By Mindy Rubenstein

I am no longer chasing something out of reach. Judaism has permeated my life and integrated into who I am, how I act, the way I think and the choices I make.

12 Things Children Wish Their Parents Knew

By Nomi Freeman

Please remember how difficult it is to change. Help me work on one thing at a time. I can’t change all my faults at once.

A Mother's Long Journey for a Boy’s First Taste of a Seder

By Karen Schwartz

After learning by email with Chabad emissaries and on Chabad.org at nearby Internet cafes, a Jewish woman living in an isolated village in Belize brought her young son to his first Passover seder in Cancun, Mexico.

500th Weekly DVD Edition of ‘Living Torah' Marks a Milestone

'Living Torah', the popular series of videos featuring talks and selected inspirational moments from Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, recently released its 500th weekly DVD edition.

Despite Intimidation and Vandalism, Jews in Ukraine Stay Calm

By Dovid Margolin

In the face of isolated attacks and provocations and ever-growing economic hardships, Jewish communities throughout Ukraine and Crimea are taking the fluid political situation and its potential fallout seriously, but calmly.

Challah With Creamy Spinach Dip

By Miriam Szokovski

Special challah for the first Shabbat after Passover


After visiting a butterfly sanctuary, I became inspired to create a drawing using these magnificent creatures as the subject.

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