Posts Tagged ‘tradition’

A Limmud is an “A-Ha Moment”

Posted: December 30th, 2014

By Philip Warmflash, Executive Director / This past Friday afternoon my family and I saw a wonderful production of Fiddler on the Roof at Arena Stage in Washington, DC.  And, you may ask, why would we go all the way to Washington to see the play?

Standing at the Intersection of Tradition and Innovation

Posted: November 6th, 2013

By Rabbi Phil Warmflash, Executive Director/ Over the last two weeks, many people have offered congratulations on Jewish Learning Venture’s being selected as one of the 50 most innovative organizations in Jewish North America by Slingshot ‘13-‘14.  I must admit, it is great to be at the top of the “TripAdvisor” guide to Jewish organizations.  And more than that, I am very excited about the recognition when I consider that the other agencies selected are, in the main, start-ups and entrepreneurial initiatives that have recently been developed to meet a need in the Jewish community.  Not so Jewish Learning Venture. Continue reading…