Monday, April 20, 2009

Moishe House D.C. in the news

The delightful house that put me up during the Inauguration just made The Washington Post. The article makes some nice points about what draws twentysomething Jews to Moishe House events rather than other Jewish groups or shul, including this one:
"No one is asking you for money or your time, or telling you to get married," Adam Gerber, 24, said at a recent dinner. "It's just about having a good time with other Jews."
Speaking of Moishe House, I just discovered Stranger writer Eli Sanders' 2007 piece on the subject, and it's a gem.

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