Host Highlight: Monica in DC
Monica hosted a “Kraft, Craft, and Craft” Shabbat dinner, where guests ate Kraft mac & cheese, drank craft beer, and did arts and crafts. She was inspired by her coworker Emily who hosted this theme […]
Latkes vs. Potato Pancakes
There's a holiday rivalry, and I don't just mean between Chanukah and Hanukkah. Potatoes can really get the blood (and oil) boiling. After an informal poll of Shabbat goers, I can tell you that it's [...]Read More
Everything Went Wrong Last Friday
Last Friday, people were set to arrive at 6:30 pm for Shabbat dinner. At 3:00 pm I realized my oven wasn’t working. After wasting 20 precious minutes trying, and failing, to light the pilot light, I […]
L.A., Meet your new Hub Manager: Dani!
Please welcome Dani to the OneTable team! We are thrilled to have her join us, and to see L.A. grow with her time here! Reach out to say hi. Now get to know a little […]
Love in the Sukkah by Repair the World
Many thanks to Repair the World for this lovely Sukkot discussion guide about the role of love in social justice. On the annual harvest celebration of Sukkot, there is a tradition of inviting special guests, [...]Read More
Hot Take: Yom Kippur is My Favorite Shabbat of the Year
Almost every Friday night I take a moment to reflect on my week. I think about its highs and lows, and most importantly I contemplate what I want to bring with me into the next, [...]Read More
When in Rome: A Lesson in Radical Hospitality
By Aaron Leven, OneTable’s New York Program Coordinator When I was 19 years old I went backpacking through Italy with a few of my close friends. With a fair amount of hubris, we landed in [...]Read More
What the Challah?!
Sure, you can buy a challah from a grocery store (or a local bakery, if you're lucky), but there's something special about a homemade challah. And look at this one! It's so romantic. Challah Hub is [...]Read More