This week on Arts & Seizures, hosts Mike Edison and Judy McGuire are celebrating Yom Kippur with guests Rabbi Daniel Bronstein and Heritage Radio Network’s own Sari Kamin! We hear all about Judy’s recent trip to Ireland before delving into the ins and outs of the Jewish faith, holidays, and family life growing up. Sari grew up as the daughter of a Rabbi and shares some of those funny stories with Mike and Judy, while Daniel leads a discussion on the importance of forgiveness and how it should be taken more seriously everyday of the year – not just over Yom Kippur. After the break, Sari talks Chinese food and the group comments on their favorite Jewish foods. This program was brought to you by the International Culinary Center.

“Forgiveness means forgiveness. It’s setting a new slate.” [10:15]

Rabbi Daniel Bronstein on Arts & Seizures

“The Chinese came and started opening up restaurants and Jews started eating there because it was one of the only kinds of restaurants they could afford to eat in. It was cheap and there were a lot of things that felt familiar about it.” [21:10]

Sari Kamin on Arts & Seizures