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Our Social Distanced Seder Guide

Ep. 222: This year’s Passover Seder will definitely be different. But it can still be meaningful and beautiful, and we’re here to show you how

April 1, 2020

Passover has always offered solace and meaning during difficult times. This year’s Seder looks very different from all other Seders, and we’ve got you covered. This episode walks you through the steps of the Seder, with special guests, perfect-for-Passover music, and more. Our guide is Tablet’s new “Passover Haggadah: An Ancient Story for Modern Times,” which you can still order online on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. A digital version is available here.

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Our Social Distanced Seder Guide
Ep. 222: This year's Passover Seder will definitely be different. But it can still be meaningful and beautiful, and we're here to show you how
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