Dear Greater Phoenix Bubbes, After years of sushi lunches and Hava Java coffees kvetching to my friends Jeff Fields and Rodney Glassman (both U of A ’00), about the revolving door of shiksas that have filled my social calendar since our Tucson days, they have thoughtfully arranged for me to share 600 words (and two photos) with you, loyal Greater Phoenix Jewish News readers who have friends, neighbors and granddaughters who are ready to find, we would say, their “beshert.” While I haven’t spent 40 years wandering the desert, one could argue that wandering 20 is plenty.
Chicago First Dates organizes Jewish speed dating events in Chicago.
Every Thursday, no matter the weather, he meets with doctors, attorneys, real estate developers and other professionals, sharing an insight into the week’s Torah portion, an inspirational story and some words of spiritual encouragement, all in the time it takes to get a cup of coffee.
Most days he rides from lesson to lesson on Citi Bikes he picks up at stations around Manhattan, parking them when he arrives at each venue, hopping on another bike after a class, covering some 15 miles a day.
Earlier this month, the rabbi, an emissary of the Chabad-Lubavitch chasidic movement in upstate Rhinebeck, arrived at a.m.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Manhattan women, handsome Manhattan men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.Organisers of the event claim more than 5,000 men applied for one of 20 places in the event and were chosen by a professional matchmaker.Promoting the event next month, his website, pocketchangenyc.com, proclaims: "Symbiosis has allowed ugly rich men to attract young, gorgeous, money-hungry women for centuries; it's now the women's turn." Speed-dating pairs up prospective couples for face-to-face meetings that last just a few minutes.“I want to get the high-powered people, the busy people,” Rabbi Hecht said.