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Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow
Walking the streets of Kazimierz and Podgórze, quite often we could see anti-Semitic graffiti. Thanks to the grant from the European Economic Area (through the program Citizens for Democracy, operated by the Batory Foundation), we launched a project that aims on removing this hate speech from our public space.
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Sukkot begins this year on October 8th after the sundown. This eight-days long holiday commemorates 40 years of living in the deserts in the tents. Chag Sameach!
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The 10 days right after Rosh HaShana are called Yamim Noraim - they are to prepare to the most important Jewish holiday - Yom Kipur - the day, when it is decided to which book our names will be written for the coming year - whether it will be a Book of Life, or the other Book....
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For the entire New Jewish Year 5775, we wish you a lot of peace, joy and inspiration. May we all be inscribed in the Book of Life for a good year!
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This is the first time we are throwing a huge party abroad! Best Krakow and Tel Aviv's DJ's, including Kutiman, Radiotrip, Kuba aka Senor Soul, Kornelia and Burn Reynold - will play in the hippiest Tel Aviv bar: Teder. This event is sponsored by the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv.
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