The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore posted this YouTube video on Facebook Wednesday evening.
Here's an upbeat High Holy Days song set to "Call Me Maybe," and sung in French, to entertain before the holidays. Shana Tova! Happy New Year! Rosh Hashanah is Sept. 16-18 Yom Kippur is Sept. 25-26.
Menorahs and candles, Hebrew books on Jewish ethics and Talmud commentaries, popular books, toys and music CDs are all available at the Judaica store.
Shabsi's Judaica Center is more than just a popular site for Jewish supplies and gifts. It's also the product of Shabsi Schneider's life-changing decision. "This was a lifetime dream of mine," said Schneider, who opened the store 19 years ago on Clarks Lane in Baltimore. "As the (Jewish) community grew, I decided to take the plunge. I call this 'my midlife crisis.' " The store has been at 6830 Reisterstown Road for the past 18 years and has become quite successful for the self-proclaimed book lover. Schneider, a Park Heights resident who was 42 when he opened the store, now bills it as "one of the largest Jewish books stores in the country, in terms of size (of the store) and the size of the books collection." It's second only to those …