The Kibitz is back for a whole new season with host Dan Crane and new co-host, comedian, actress and writer Jessica Chaffin! Asking big Jewish questions though a cultural and comedic lens, it's your podcast about Jewish ideas.
You don't have to be Jewish to listen, but it wouldn't hurt...
Was Moses tripping when he saw the burning bush? Are psychedelics the key to unlocking the mysteries behind Jewish texts? And did you hear the one about the rabbi who did LSD with Timothy Leary? Featuring Rick Doblin founder and Executive Director of MAPS—the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. Plus an excerpt from our friend Moshe Kasher’s comedy central show Problematic, and Rabbi David Ingber of New York’s renewal movement temple Romemu. Turn on, tune in, drop out and prepare to expand your mind with this episode of The Kibitz.
This Hanukkah, Give Light
Give Light re-imagines the concept of gift giving during Hanukkah as a time for tikkun olam. Giving light means giving time, talents, thoughts or money to causes you believe in. It may mean speaking up to injustice, supporting a friend or loved one in need - or something completely unique to you.
Add something new to your Hanukkah this year with our Give Light resources available for everyone. Use the Give Light "coupon book", bookmarks or more with your community and family.
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Get your Hanukkah shopping done with our curated online shop featuring gifts, collectibles, and specialty items designed to inspire anyone interested in Jew-ish life.
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Piloted in Los Angeles in partnership with IKAR and now launching in San Francisco, Death Over Dinner: Jewish Edition explores the roles, rituals and meanings of death in the Jewish context as a way to bring light and life into the conversation.
Supported by generous grants from the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, and from the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund of San Francisco.
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