On Thursday, July 26th, JCast Network host Rabbi Michael Knopf who hosts The Tisch, spoke at a program organized by the Interfaith Center (interfaithcenterpa.org) along with the Reverend Rob McClellan of the Tabernacle United Church (http://www.tabunited.org). Both clergy reflected on their thoughts after experiencing the Dead Sea Scrolls, currently on display at the Philadelphia’s Franklin […]
This episode of Smorgasbord, was produced by PEJE (The Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education) In this episode, Ken Gordon sat down with author Dan Ariely to discuss Jewish Day School and the “Free” way.
For more context about this conversation, we invite you to visit the PEJE blog where there is a full post.
For more information about Dan Ariely’s books please visit his Authors page on Amazon.
This episode of Smorgasbord, is the beta-episode of a new show on JCast Network tentatively titled “Clogging The Tubes.” Join hosts Alicia Post and Darone Ruskay as they chat about what they have found interesting on the internet of late. The show is divided into five sections, Websites, Projects, Music, Memes, and Miscellaneous.
We welcome your feedback on this podcast, so please connect with us on Twitter @postalicia or @JCastNetwork or on Facebook at Facebook.com/Druskay, Facebook.com/PostAlicia, or Facebook.com/JCastNetwork
This episode of The JCast Journey, also serves as the first episode of Smorgasbord. In this episode, host Darone Ruskay talks about his experience recently at a lecture and a conversation he had afterwards.
While sitting at the lecture he wondered where a lecture like that one, could fit into JCast Network. And then afterwards, he spoke with someone who wanted to blog on JCast Network, but didn’t feel like he could take on a solo blog, but would prefer a group blog.
After thinking about both experiences, Darone decided it was time to launch “Smorgasbord”. Smorgasbord will be a podcast of “one-offs” interesting lectures, conversations, essays, interviews… Things that are not ready for their own podcast (although they may become one over time) but are important and interesting, and should be shared with the larger community.