Just as I have done with Twitter and Instagram, I have now created a separate Facebook profile for my professional use. Feel free to Friend Me.
Last week, I held a vodka-tasting event, which paired up with discussing Jewish angles on vampires. It was interesting. Having never taken part let alone running a vodka-tasting, it was a new experience for me. Having heard a suggestion for this year’s October tasting and discussion to do “Vodkas and
As in years past, I spent many activities with Long Beach Hillel for the holiday of Sukkot, enriching its programs and its students. Beginning with leading a Beach Hillel staff learning session on Sukkot, it continued with putting up both the off-campus and the on-campus sukkot (and picking up the
Since I have worked in my current position, included in which is serving as the rabbi for Long Beach Hillel, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life holds an annual [inter]national staff conference in St. Louis, known as Hillel Institute, at the beautiful campus of Washington University either at the
Yesterday, I began being available on-campus at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) for office hours. I will be there Tuesdays (September 12th UPDATE:) Wednesdays for the fall semester from 1:30-3:30 in the University Interfaith Center (Brotman Hall, room 178). It has been a few years since I last held
It was almost a year ago that I began to use Instagram for professional purposes, using a separate account from my personal one. I use separate accounts for the same reason that I have separate Twitter accounts for my personal use and professional use: separating out my “brand identities”