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Setting the Table with Via Maris

With Passover less than two weeks away (!) we reached out to Dana Hollar Schwartz, founder of modernist Judaica brand Via Maris, to hear more about why Judaicia is still important, what keeps Passover relevant [...]
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Inspiring Passover Stories

As we invite you to celebrate Shabbat and Passover with OneTable, we have the opportunity and freedom to tell our story and re-create order, finding ways to bring hope to our tables through personal stories. [...]
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Best of Miami

Miami is known for its vibrant, sunny, and trendy vibes and disposition. How lucky are we to live in a hotspot of great restaurants, drinks, outdoor spaces, and strong community!? Here are my tips and [...]
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This Year, IRL – Planning Your Passover in 2022

The essence of any Passover Seder is the story. We gather around our tables to dine together, reflect on a history from thousands of years ago, and think about the freedoms (and struggles) of today. [...]
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Opening Deep Conversations with Jewish Women International

Good food, good people, and good conversation make for a great Shabbat dinner recipe!  Whether you want to create a welcoming environment for guests who don’t know each other or find ways to get to [...]
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ReproShabbat 2022

This January, the National Council of Jewish Women is spearheading a movement across the country called ReproShabbat. ReproShabbat is an initiative to spark learning and conversation about Judaism’s approach to reproductive health access, rights and [...]
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Radically Welcoming You

After spending the last few years hosting virtual dinners, having Zoom meetings, and connecting online, we’ve become accustomed to sharing and receiving one another’s names and pronouns right next to our faces on screen! This [...]
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Zines with Miami Field Manager, Naomi Davis

I am constantly wrestling with the tenderness of merging artistic exploration with pursuits of justice. Artistic process and discovery can feel so abstract and conceptual, while effective activism often leans toward being direct and literal. [...]
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Setting the Table with Gratitude

This blog post was written in the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic by Lianne, M.A. LCAT, ATR-BC, and former employee of OneTable. We've condensed the article for your enjoyment during this season!  Shabbat doesn’t [...]
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Passover: Reimagining Your Family Seder

The Passover Seder belongs to you. Yes, there are traditions — symbols, foods, words, songs. But real magic and meaning are found not in the past, but in what you make of it: when you [...]
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