In Baton Rouge, two reform Jewish synagogues merge after years of discussion
With oil prices volatile, many are reconsidering viable alternative fuel sources. We revisit a conversation with Devin DeWulf, founder of Krewe of Red Beans, about his idea for neighborhood solar hubs when the power goes down. And we hear an update on his grass roots project Get Lit, Stay Lit.
Back in January, Baton Rouge’s two reform Jewish synagogues, Congregation B’nai Israel and Congregation Beth Shalom, officially merged. WWNO’s Alana Schreiber spoke to the president of the new congregation, Dr. Steve Cavalier, about how this unification came together after years of discussion.
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