“Mr. Lau-Lavie’s Genial Pedagogy, Punky Mischief” Thank you NYT for the great article!

My favorite line: “Mr. Lau-Lavie’s eyes light up when he speaks, his tone alternating between genial pedagogy and — in a slightly higher register — punky mischief. “Thank you John Leland and NYT for a sensitive and gracious article this morning on the vision of Storahtelling LabShul. An apt Purim gift with insightful quotes by colleagues and […]

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The Digital Revolution and the Sabbath

The Washington Post ran an article about the tensions between the always-on always-connected nature of the Internet and the ancient tradition of the Sabbath. The cutting edge is at LabShul, a lay-led group that will host 1,000 people at a Tribeca arts center this weekend for Yom Kippur. The entire service will be, as it […]

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NYTimes features Lab/Shul

Check out this NYTimes article published today featuring Lab/Shul: “I was once of the opinion it should be free for everybody, before I realized that if it’s free for everybody, then some people are underwriting everyone else.” So Lab/Shul started a crowdfunding campaign on the Internet. People paid to reserve seats for services at the […]

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