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Camp, Vodka And A Song

When I was a teenager I spent most summers working at Camp Gan Yisroel in Fenton, Michigan. Rabbi Berel Shem-Tov the Detroit, Michigan Lubavitcher Shali’ach (emissary) purchased the site to establish the Michigan branch of the chain of Lubavitcher summer … Continue reading

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Yeshivish – When Yeshiva Language and English Mix

When learning in a Yeshiva, one picks up Hebrew, Aramaic and Yiddish words and incorporate them into our everyday English. This is done for two reasons: first, because Hebrew is an expedient language and you can say in one word, what would sometimes … Continue reading

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