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Yanir Dekel, Web Development and Digital Marketing Consultant If there’s one person who is benefitting from the Trump Presidency, it’s ...
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Jeremy Lawrence Returns to BCC in Lavender Songs

On Saturday, October 13th at 8:00 pm, BCC welcomes back its own Jeremy Lawrence, starring in his show, Lavender Songs - a night at ...
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Safe Parking LA: Why BCC Should Open Our Parking Lot to Homeless Drivers

Jessica Donath The neighborhood council of Cypress Park in northeast Los Angeles, one of 96 such entities in the city, ...
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Social Justice Corner: BCC and the Religious Action Center

Elizabeth Savage and Tracy Moore Yes! BCC is connecting and active in Reform Judaism’s Religious Action Center. As a member ...
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Report on our Upcoming Rabbinic Search and Other Changes

Richard Lesse, President “We change, whether we like it or not.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson Along with moments of change come ...
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Thoughts on the Liturgy of Elul from Cantor Juval

As we prepare for the upcoming High Holidays, here are some thoughts on the liturgy we use during Elul, our ...
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“Everyone’s going through something.”

From the Study of Rabbi Lisa Edwards I saw this message on a beautifully designed bus shelter sign.  The non-profit ...
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Volume 47, No. 1: September/October 2018

Volume 47, No. 1 September/October 2018 Tishrei/Cheshvan 5779 BCC’s updated Calendar of Events Rabbi’s Column and High Holidays Invitation As ...
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Navigating Facebook: How to Keep in Touch with Community (and Not Lose your Mind)

Yanir Dekel, Web Development and Digital Marketing Consultant Some people think Facebook is one big blob of noise. Others can’t ...
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Masterpiece Cakeshop – What the Supreme Court Did and Did Not Decide

Larry Nathenson On June 4, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered its long-awaited decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil ...
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