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Living the Jewish Life in Las Vegas

(* updated August 17, 2020) If you want to spark up conversation around the Shabbos table, bring up the idea of living in Las Vegas. Typical reactions may include noses scrunching up and looks of disbelief. Of course, you’re bound to hear “I’m not a gambler!” or derisive references to The Strip and Sin City. So it’s a surprise for many to learn that not only does Las Vegas offer much more than...

Living the Jewish Life in Sharon, MA

Tree-lined and rustic, the Town of Sharon is a beautiful suburban community located 22 miles midway between Boston and Providence, Rhode Island. A true picture postcard New England hometown, Sharon has one post office, one library, and one true Main Street. Just a short drive to Boston, the economic and cultural center of New England, the Town of Sharon is also home to a thriving Orthodox Jewish community,...

Living the Jewish Life in Jacksonville

If you have your sights on moving to, or within, Florida, you may be surprised to learn that you can still have great weather and low cost of living. In fact, you’re about to discover a gem of a city that’s been laying low below the radar, where homes are still affordable, the climate is excellent, and the quality of life is high. A city by the ocean and a majestic river, where business is thriving,...

Why is a nearby synagogue a must for Orthodox Jewish homebuyers?

For Orthodox Jews, it’s essential to live within walking distance to a synagogue, also known as a shul. It’s not so much a matter of choice as it is a matter of strict observance of the laws of the Jewish Sabbath (“Shabbat” in Hebrew; “Shabbos” in Yiddish). The Sabbath represents the day that God rested after the 6 days of creation. During Shabbat, which occurs between sundown Friday and an...

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