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  • Interview with Oakland’s Pro Wrestler AJ Kirsch

    By Jeremy Fine

    July 9, 2013 | 6:50 am

    TheGreatRabbino.com went out and got a hold of AJ Kirsch who is making some noise on the Pro Wrestling scene. He is on the upward swing of his career. You might remember him from WWE's Tough Enough with Stone Cold Steve Austin. He was also a candidate for TNA's Gut Check. Kirsch is...

  • The Kashrut of Dodger Stadium is Jewish America’s Issue

    By Jeremy Fine

    July 7, 2013 | 9:02 am

    Last week I was at Dodgers Stadium for the first time. While I think my wife is starting to take a liking to my hobby of traveling the country to see baseball stadiums, we found ourselves in an awkward situation. At Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, the second largest Jews community...

  • The Social Media Rabbi

    By Jeremy Fine

    April 23, 2013 | 10:31 am

    As social media continues to expand, ironically in more concise platforms, I often wonder what the role of an individual rabbi is on social media. Should a rabbi be on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tout, etc. or should s/he remain in the confines of the synagogue walls and community...

  • Synagogue Swap

    By Jeremy Fine

    March 29, 2013 | 10:10 am

    The Jewish Theological Seminary used to conduct a program called Seminary Shabbat. In short, JTS provided a modest stipend to a student while a synagogue flew that student to their community for a Shabbat. I did several of these and my responsibilities ranged from delivering...

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  • Old Stomping Grounds

    By Jeremy Fine

    March 4, 2013 | 1:35 pm

    Last week I returned to New York to attend a conference for the first time since commencing my pulpit in St. Paul, Minnesota. I had lived in New York for the better part of seven years, mostly while in Rabbinical School. During that time, not only did I make close friends but I...

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