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September 21, 2009
Jewish religious leaders with the Chabad Jewish Center celebrated Rosh Hashana on Monday night at the Brand Park Japanese Tea Garden by casting off sins into the water. The High Holiday is commonly referred to as the Jewish New Year, marking a new cycle in the Hebrew calendar for people and legal contracts. The holiday, from sunset Friday to sunset Sunday, also marks the 10-day run-up to Yom Kippur, which is Sept. 27. Rosh Hashana is characterized by the blowing of the shofar, a trumpet made from a ram’s horn that’s intended to symbolically awaken listeners from their “slumbers” and alert them to coming judgment.
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By Ryan Vaillancourt | September 22, 2007
GLENDALE ? The 10-day Jewish High Holidays come to a close at sundown tonight, culminating more than a week?s worth of introspection, spiritual renewal and a 24-hour fast for area Jews. Yom Kippur, the day of atonement and holiest day of the year in the Jewish tradition, commenced at sundown on Friday. Many local families gathered for late-afternoon meals to store up for the traditional fast observed during the holiday. Denied of all gastronomic distractions, people are forced to look their sins in the eye, said Rabbi Mark Sobel from Temple Beth Emet in Burbank.
NEWS
December 24, 2001
The following educational programs will be broadcast on Charter Communications Channel 15. For more information, call 241-3111. TODAY 7 a.m. -- Channel 15 Program Guide 6 p.m. -- Channel 15 Program Guide 7 p.m. -- Glendale Unified School District Issues: Teaching in GUSD 8 p.m. -- GUSD Glendale High Holiday Instrumental Concert TUESDAY 7 a.m. -- Channel 15 Program Guide 6 p.m. -- Channel 15 Program Guide WEDNESDAY ...
SPORTS
December 30, 2005
In the first day of pool play at the Newhall Hart High Holiday Tournament on Tuesday, the Crescenta Valley girls' varsity soccer team won a match and tied another one. The Falcons, who are 4-1-5 overall, played Sherman Oaks Notre Dame to a 1-1 tie. CV scored its only goal early in the first half on a penalty kick by Brittney Berger. In another match earlier in the day, the Falcons edged Chatsworth, 2-1. Sydney Vermillion and Kelli Wirth each scored a goal for CV. Although the Falcons tied Flintridge Prep, 2-2, in inaugural Big Toe Soccer Holiday Festival pool play on Dec. 19 at the Glendale Sports Complex, the Rebels were awarded the win on penalty kicks, 3-2. The Falcons' goals were scored by Lizzy Villa and Astrid Castaneda.
NEWS
December 7, 2000
Looky-loos unite, and take in the holidays by touring some of our local homes. After one year pause, the Hoover Tour of Homes will continue. The 42-year traditional fund-raiser helps provide scholarships to Hoover High students. Crescenta Valley High is also putting on a tour of impressive homes. This tour benefits the Prom Plus program, which is designed to offer a safe and fun time after the prom. These tours are much more than fund-raisers, they are an opportunity for residents to share in the holiday spirit by opening their doors.
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By: | September 30, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a partial list of places to worship in Laguna Beach. If you would like to list your church, temple or synagogue, send us your listing via fax to 494-8979 or e-mail to coastlinepilot @latimes.com. Please include the name of the place of worship, the address, phone number, service times and pastor or rabbi. CALVARY CHAPEL PACIFIC HILLS Friday Night Worship Service -- 7 p.m. at Lang Park Multi-purpose Room, Wesley Drive.
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September 21, 2009
Jewish religious leaders with the Chabad Jewish Center celebrated Rosh Hashana on Monday night at the Brand Park Japanese Tea Garden by casting off sins into the water. The High Holiday is commonly referred to as the Jewish New Year, marking a new cycle in the Hebrew calendar for people and legal contracts. The holiday, from sunset Friday to sunset Sunday, also marks the 10-day run-up to Yom Kippur, which is Sept. 27. Rosh Hashana is characterized by the blowing of the shofar, a trumpet made from a ram’s horn that’s intended to symbolically awaken listeners from their “slumbers” and alert them to coming judgment.
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By Ryan Vaillancourt | September 22, 2007
GLENDALE ? The 10-day Jewish High Holidays come to a close at sundown tonight, culminating more than a week?s worth of introspection, spiritual renewal and a 24-hour fast for area Jews. Yom Kippur, the day of atonement and holiest day of the year in the Jewish tradition, commenced at sundown on Friday. Many local families gathered for late-afternoon meals to store up for the traditional fast observed during the holiday. Denied of all gastronomic distractions, people are forced to look their sins in the eye, said Rabbi Mark Sobel from Temple Beth Emet in Burbank.
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