Feb 23

JED Foodies: What makes scotch kosher? Mon., Mar. 2nd


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Join us as we taste delicious kosher scotch and learn what makes scotch kosher.

Mon., Mar. 2nd

7:30 pm Indulge your palate’s

8:00 pm Talk: “What makes scotch Kosher?” w R BenMergui


74 Corey Rd, Second Floor, Brighton, MA

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Feb 23

Shabbos @ JPULSE: Mar. 13

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Join 60 friends on Mar. 13th for another inspirational Shabbos @ JPULSE. Enjoy a feast fit for royalty as we connect with friends old and new.


6:30 pm High Energy Kabbalat Shabbat

7:30 pm Meet and Greet

8:00 pm Feast


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Feb 03

Privacy Policy

Information that is gathered from visitors

In common with other websites, log files are stored on the web server saving details such as the visitor’s IP address, browser type, referring page and time of visit. Cookies may be used to remember visitor preferences when interacting with the website. Where registration is required, the visitor’s email and a username will be stored on the server.

How the Information is used

The information is used to enhance the vistor’s experience when using the website to display personalised content and possibly advertising. E-mail addresses will not be sold, rented or leased to 3rd parties. E-mail may be sent to inform you of news of our services or offers by us or our affiliates. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 23

VIDEO: Mystery of the Jews – An amazing 21 min. video putting the Jewish people into historical context

This is arguably one of the best videos about miraculous history of the Jews. It is a must watch for humanity in order to better understand the big picture of the Jewish existence and contribution to civilization as we know it.

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Jan 15

JED: Privacy in the New Digital Age w Rabbi Dr. Breitowitz

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Join us for a thought provoking talk on Privacy in the New Digital Age as we explore relevant court cases and the Jewish perspective on our responsibilities to uphold the dignity of the individual on social media.

Thurs., Feb. 19th

6:45 p.m. Reception

7:45 p.m. The Talk

JPULSE in Brookline/Brighton

74 Corey Rd, Second Floor, Brighton, MA 02135

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Jan 14

Thank you Boston Police Department!

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Officer Law, Rabbi Katz, and Sergeant O’Hara.

It is always an honor and pleasure to meet up with Sergeant Michael O’Hara of the Boston Police Department. We at JPULSE and the Jewish Community of Greater Boston sincerely thank Sergeant O’Hara, Officer Law and all of Boston’s heroes for all their efforts to make our streets a safer place for our children to grow up.

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Jan 01

The j18

18 Hours of Inspiration. 1 Free Trip to Israel!
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Dec 22

Will your grandchildren identify as Jews?

This incredibly powerful graphic is a bit misleading when considering matra-lineal lineage. For example, if you have 50 Jewish men and 50 Jewish women in a population and each one marries outside of Judaism with an even Steven 50% interfaith marriage rate and a birth rate of 2 children per mother, how many Jewish children will they produce in the first generation? Second? Third? It is a trick question.

Assuming the thousand(s) year old definition of a Jew as being born from a Jewish mother or converting to Judaism, the answer to the above question is that there would be the same number of Jews in three generations. The 25 Jewish men that married gentiles would be replaced by the two children of the 25 women who married gentiles. The implications of this are frightening when we consider American Jewry. This would translate to millions of American Jews today who no longer identify as Jewish.

Accordingly, the chart below really represents those who identify as Jewish. This calculation predicted the famous Pew Study decades ago and according to many, is a proof that Orthodox is the only movement that successfully prevents interfaith marriage.

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Dec 17

MEME: Matzah Ball, it’s in the soup!

We know where the real matzah ball is this Channuka season!

Register for this Fri. night’s feast here.

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Dec 14

Channuka: Why the Candle?

Why the candle?

Chanuka power of a canldeOn Channuka, we light the candles for eight nights to publicize the miracle that one day of pure oil lasted eight days. I don’t get it! There was a huge military victory worthy of parades, fireworks, and the like. Why did the sages of Israel decide to place nearly all our focus of Jewish practice on lighting a candle. In fact, the sages thought it was so important to publicize this miracle that Jewish law necessitates that a person must sell his clothing to acquire enough oil for one candle. We see this level of importance also by publicizing the miracle of leaving Egypt with our four cups of wine on Passover. So, why all this focus on the candle?

The Maccabees were Kohanim (Temple Officials) who served in the Temple in Jerusalem thousands of years ago. They were also the one’s who lead the charge against the invading Greeks who threatened freedom of religious practice in the land of Israel through committing horrendous acts and specifically outlawing the practice of Torah and mitzvot. These Kohanim who lead the charge on the battle field were the most likely to attribute the victory to their own might, brilliance and strategies. That is why it was the Temple Officials were the one who discovered the oil. The miracle of the oil was a door to door delivery for those who might need it most as a reminder that the G-d above time and space, the G-d of Israel, is calling the shots and is the one who once again enabled our victory enabling us to practice our religion freely. The name Chanu means “they rested” and the letters Chaf Hey means “25.” Accordingly, Channu-ka is a celebration that they rested from war and religious oppression on the 25th of Kislev. May we all experience a peaceful Channukah and truly appreciate the ability to light our candles free from oppression.

(Based on Sifsei Chaim)



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