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REALITY Nosh: A delicious way to build community

A cooking class at a local Italian restaurant, a communal meal, and some of the brightest and most talented minds around DC were the main ingredients at DC’s first REALITY Nosh: Shabbat. REALITY Experience is [...]
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Fridays From the Heart

Love is in the air in February and here at OneTable we are spreading it around with Fridays From the Heart, a partnership with Save a Child’s Heart. Since 1995, Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) [...]
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CO Passbook Update: Elyssa Hammerman

Elyssa Hammerman is a OneTable host and coach who grew up in New York and moved to Denver nine years ago. She spent the past 7 summers at Ramah in the Rockies and studied at [...]
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Host Highlight: Shabbat Shalon

Annette Blum is a San Francisco host who regularly hosts OneTable "Shabbat Shalons" open to the community. Gathering around the dinner table is a natural and universal ways to create “insta-community” that nurtures both body, [...]
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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 […]

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Moment of Clarity

(Alternative Titles: Shabbatwithmeyouknowigotit, The Allure of Shabbat, 99 Problems but Shabbat Ain’t One) “Set your intention.” - Jay-Z, December 5, 2017, United Center, Chicago, IL Last month, a friend of mine and I went to [...]
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Jewish Perspectives on Racial Justice at the Shabbat Dinner Table

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we partnered with Repair the World to provide resources and options that allow you to choose how best to frame the conversation around your dinner table. VIEW OR PRINT [...]
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The Importance of Pushing Pause #myonetable

Samuel Ian Rosen is the founder of MakeSpace, an angel investor in tech & brands, a Venture Scout at Lightspeed Venture Partners, and on the Board of Directors at Gift of Life Marrow Registry. He [...]
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Q & A with Alma’s Molly Tolsky

Molly Tolsky is the editor of Alma, senior editor of No Tokens, and a writer of short fiction (and sometimes other things). Originally from Chicago, she currently lives in Brooklyn (but also on Twitter, Instagram, and her website). So, we’re […]

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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 [...]
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