High Holy Days in unholy places
Services at a New York comedy club, performance space, theater, other unorthodox sites has rabbis of city’s traditional synagogues worried.
NEW YORK – On Rosh Hashanah, Evan Greene and his wife, Ashley Shaw, both 31, will be among the hundreds in attendance at High Holy Day services under the gloriously rococo-meets-Moorish painted ceiling of the Prince George Ballroom, a Manhattan event space. Greene and Shaw, who do not belong to a synagogue, have been going to the free services offered by
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