Better late than never, eh? It’s been a hell of a week. We never really thought that we’d actually pull it off. I mean Camp Jewlicious. Four days at the breath taking Brandeis Bardin Institute, 130 participants, endless activity and discussions, music … whatever. We’ve all been … [Read more...] about Camp Jewlicious Wrap Up
Yallah Chabibi! The Festival that could is back again this year and the line up is, as always, outstanding! Taking place from December 12 to December 19th, New York’s Sephardic Music Festival includes performances by Matisyahu, Y-Love, Pharaoh’s Daughter, DeLeon, Kosha Dillz, E … [Read more...] about Sephardic Music Festival NYC 2009
Seriously… Seth Godin wrote a scathing blog post about fear induced institutional torpor found in established non-profit organizations: "These organizations exist solely to make change. That’s why you joined, isn’t it? … The problem facing your group, ironically, is the re … [Read more...] about Fear of Change
Nope. This isn’t about a free Birthright Israel trip (although registration for winter begins Sept. 8th and you can go with Jewlicious - more info here), or any kind of flashy contest with cool prizes. The Ticket to Jerusalem Project is a simple concept, really. All you have to d … [Read more...] about The Ticket To Jerusalem Project
...In 6 easy steps Author Liel Leibovitz’s article Communication Breakdown: Dispatches from the Virtual World posits the notion that blogs and twitter are contributing to the “thinning of language” and are “starved forms of communications that favor the quick and the inconse … [Read more...] about You Too Can be a Jewish Social Network Consultant!