Vampire Weekend’s ‘This Life’ Music Video Invites The Viewer To A Passover Seder

(JTA) — What would a Vampire Weekend Passover seder look like? The indie band’s new music video gives a hint.

The new video for “This Life,” a song off its recently released album “Father of the Bride,” spends most of its final two minutes showing scenes from a seder shot in black and white.

Passover Community Seder

Enjoy a delicious full-course dinner (from soup to nuts, catered by Fairway kosher catering), good wine and company, song and spirit, learning and discussion.

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Downtown Seder 2019

Dine with Judy Gold, David Broza, Sarah Dash, the Resistance Revival Chorus, Rep. Max Rose, Ari Shaffir, Jill Sobule, DJ Spooky, Rep. Jerry Nadler, Esther Perel, BETTY, Laurie Anderson, Dr. Ruth & more!


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Pre-Passover Seder

Celebrating the joyous spring holiday of rebirth and as a commemoration of the Jewish people’s escape from slavery in Egypt — without overlooking modern scholarship.

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Second Night Seder @ MJE West

Join MJE's Rabbi Joshua D. Klein and hundreds of YJPs in their 20s & 30s for a second night seder in the heart of the Upper West Side. Open bar. Catered dinner. Buffet desserts.

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First Night Seder @ MJE Downtown

Join Downtown MJE Director, Rabbi Ezra Cohen and hundreds of YJPs at one of NYC’s finest kosher eateries. Open bar. Catered dinner. Buffet Desserts.

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Ohel Ayalah Second-Night Seder For 20s and 30s

An egalitarian, community Passover second-night seder for 20s and 30s will begin at 6:00 pm with a wine-tasting. The seder itself will begin at 6:30 and end about 10:00 p.m.

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Six Special Seders For Passover 2018 in New York City

Mystical Tu B’Shevat-Shabbat Seder & Potluck Dinner

Come celebrate Shabbat/Tu B’Shevat, the New Year of the Trees.with music, singing, and dance. Wine will flow and we will sample the native fruits of Israel. Please bring a dish to share.

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Passover Seder Heard Around The World

It’s a Passover tale that sounds too good to be true.

Samantha Gross, a Boston University student studying abroad and interning for the London Evening Standard, had nowhere to go for Passover in London this year.

It was the Schererville, Indiana, native’s first Passover away from home or school, and as she wrote in theEvening Standard on Wednesday, her only plans included steering “clear of bread” and moping about it.


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