Thursday, January 5, 2012
"What's New With Lorelai" Debuts Today on Radio Free Nachlaot
Everyone knows Steve is really comfortable soloing on the radio, talking to himself (really, talking to our listeners!) but Lorelai is more comfortable in an interview environment, talking to guests and drawing forth from them all sorts of interesting pearls of wisdom. However, we've all accepted the "2012 Challenge," meaning we're trying to stretch beyond our "comfort zone" a little bit. Lorelai will be hosting "What's New With Lorelai" every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am - 11am Israel time.
If you want to get her attention and share with her what YOU think is newsworthy, you can send her a Facebook message, write on her Facebook wall or on Radio Free Nachlaot's Facebook wall, and of course you can email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're recording these shows and they're available on-demand as free downloads from our DOWNLOADS PAGE. But meanwhile - here's the link to today's debut show: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AND LISTEN TO THE THURSDAY, JANUARY 5th EDITION of "What's New With Lorelai."
Tonight at 7pm we'll be playing Rabbi Chaim Richman's Parsha Shavua ("Vayechi") and at 8pm we're featuring Rav Ozer Bergman's Thursday Night Rebbe Nachman Chebura. At 10pm it's time to cook for Shabbos! Steve Levine's "Cookin' for Shabbos" takes us into the musical kitchen and gives us music to cook your Shabbos food to - and of course tomorrow, it's FRIDAY, Erev Shabbos, join us as we go down the road to Shabbos together.
And it's a special Shabbos (of course ALL Shabboses are special, but this one is REALLY special), it's the last Parsha of the Book of Bereshis ("Genesis"). We're about to finish one Book and begin another: Shemos ("Exodus"), which means - we're going down to Egypt folks, and it's time to start longing for redemption!
We'll sing our redemption songs together, as we continue though the Parshas, through the Jewish Year, through our days and weeks and months - as we keep on climbing, as Reb Shlomo says, "Higher and Higher."