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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Rosh Chodesh Nissan - A Cohen, A Levi & An Israelite (Cohen, Dylan & Simon)

March 16th - Rosh Chodesh Nissan 5770, the First International Temple Mount Awareness Day, the anniversary of the inauguration of the Mishkan - so many reasons to celebrate and we begin the day with a Cohen, a Levi and an Israelite - music from Leonard Cohen the High Priest of Poetry, Bob Dylan the multi-dimensional Levite and Paul Simon the People's Israelite - representing all of us before HaShem as we celebrate Nissan, the Beginning of Our Redemption!

Today's Torah Schedule:
  • 1:30pm - Temple Mount Awareness Day
  • 2pm - Rabbi Chaim Richman's "Nissan: Month of Rebirth"
  • 3pm - Rabbi Chaim Richman's Parsha Shavua "Vayikra"
  • 4pm - Rabbi Chaim Richman's in-depth study of the Rambam continues with "Should We Build The Holy Temple?" Part 2
  • 5pm - Rabbi Betzalel Phillip Edwards "Ishbitzer Rebbe on Pesach"

Today's Music Schedule:
  • 8am - 1:30pm - A special long-play version of Lorelai's "Morning Dew for the Morning Jew" Show featuring music from Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon - a Cohen, a Levi & an Israelite, representatives of all Israel - l'kavod the inauguration of the Mishkan in 1312 BCE (although doesn't is seem like only yesterday?)
  • 1:30pm-6pm: "Israeli Soul" Afternoon features music from Sasha "Butterfly" Rose, Benzion Eliyahu Lehrer, Didgeridoo Masters InLakech and Breslov rocker Dani Meir Maman.
  • 6pm - Dan Bern - storyteller, poet, musical maverick - something really special!
  • 8pm - James Taylor (LIVE) 1993 - not only famous for being Carly Simon's ex-husband (only a Kude or Kude-related person would get that joke!) but a living legend, one of only a handful of Southern musical aristocrats left in this world.
  • 10pm - Santana Sacred Fire: Live in South America (1993) l'kavod the sacred fire of the Mishkan which killed the Sons of Aharon haKohen this day in Jewish history - followed by Santana's "Inner Secrets" (1978).