My friend Shmeil, at the end of Yom Kippur, after the blessing on the moon would have (and hopefully still has) a "rekida" (a dance) after which he would wish everyone a Gut Vinter!
The seasons are changing people. It's after Yom Kippur - almost Sukkot.
Days are getting shorter....and so, in the spirit of the shorter days (and only 6 hours to the East Coast of the US) we are going to start cookin' for Shabbos at 9:00 PM tonight, and for the next few weeks, and then decide if we will keep the "cookin' for Shabbos" show at 9 cause we like it, or go back to it's original and regular 10:00 slot. There is something for starting a show at 10:00 PM. I really don't know what it is, but there is something.
Anyway, Thursday is "coming down upon us."
7:00 Temple Talk with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzhak Reuven
8:00 Some "hors d'ouevres" - some prep for the "cookin'" show
9:00 Cookin' for Shabbos - where we bring down good vibes/shefa/musical seasonings to help you cook for Shabbos.
Hey, everyone needs a soundtrack, and that's what we're here for.
Radio Free Nachlaot - the soundtrack for your life!
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