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Dash of Drash

By Rabbi Marc Soloway

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Welcome to A Dash of Drash, a weekly podcast reflection on our world through the lens of Torah with Rabbi Marc Soloway and special guests. Produced by Sari Levy. Open and closing music from "Nishmat" by Joey Weisenberg Marc Soloway has been the Rabbi of Bonai Shalom Synagogue in Boulder, Colorado since 2004. Marc is a native of London, England where he was an actor and practitioner of complimentary medicine before training as a rabbi in London, Jerusalem and Los Angeles. He loves skiing, mountain biking, sacred music and milking goats.

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Dash of Delightfulness in challenging times.

I have loved every episode so far...Rabbi Marc has such a gift for getting to the heart of the matter. He easily makes connections of Torah to current events/life issues. It's interesting, funny and he has such a soothing voice. Can't wait to hear more!

The Jewish Educational Highlight of My Week

I enjoy ADash of Drash each week and it helps to pass the time online while answering email or job searching. The podcast is entertaining and enriching. What sets Rabbi Marc apart, especially with his podcast are his personal anecdotes, his soothing voice, and most of all his sincerity. He brings truth and transparency to A Dash of Drash. Yashar Koach and Chol HaKavod!

Love this 'cast

Rabbi Marc is articulate, thoughtful and poetic. I'm very proud to have played the most minor of parts as an amateur audio-technician on this podcast. The content - musings and interviews by Rabbi Marc - are consistently fascinating and uplifting. I highly recommend you give it a listen.

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