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Chag Samaeach - Radio-J Wishes Everyone
a Joyous Sukkot
With Rosh HaShannah and Yom Kippur in the rear-view mirror, our attention now turns to the most festive of Jewish holidays, Sukkot. Let Radio-J be the soundtrack of your holiday celebrations, as we bring you our special blend of music for Sukkot .
Radio-J.com will be off the air in observance of Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah and Shabbat, beginning at 7 pm Wednesday, October 15, and returning to the air after the conclusion of Shabbat at 8 pm Saturday, October 18. All times US EDT (UTC-4).
We look forward to bringing you more of the best in Jewish music, news, entertainment and information in the coming year, on Radio-J.com.
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|New Music |
|Upcoming Schedule (Next 7 Days)|
On Hoshana Rabba (Wednesday, Oct. 15) Radio-J will air a day-long Chol HaMoed Sukkot edition of "The Mix" with 10 hours of non-stop music beginning at 9am EDT (UTC -4).
Radio-J.com will be off the air in observance of Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah and Shabbat, beginning at 7pm US-EDT on Wednesday, October 15, and returning to the air at the conclusion of Shabbat at 8pm US-EDT on Saturday, October 18.
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|Afofuni Chvlei |
|Ba Yom Shel ha-Ptsatsah |
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