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Registration is open for a Jewish speed-dating experience sponsored by Our Jewish Generation, Project Jewish Love and Schmooze, to be held Wednesday, March 15, at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. Check-in begins at p.m., speed-dating starts at 7 p.m.
Is this how young people in the Bay Area are meeting each other? And what about “marrying Jewish” — does that still feel relevant? In short, the answer to all that is: Yes, no and maybe.
While the people interviewed for this story represent a range of social and political affiliations, and the events they attend are various — from late nights at San Francisco dance clubs to bonfire Havdalahs on the farm in Berkeley, queer Shabbat services in living rooms and Hanukkah parties in backyards — a few things become clear: Despite the differences across social, religious and political spectrums, young Jews are showing up at Jewish events hungry for connection and community. In the Bay Area, home of the startup, the proactive do-it-yourself energy is front and center in the Jewish dating world.
The event is designed to bring Jewish singles together in a safe, informal and casual community setting in order to quickly learn more about many singles on one night.
Each “date” will be four minutes long and there will be music and a cash bar.
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.