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"My heart is in the east, and I in the uttermost west." — Yehudah Ha-Levi

Oy Bay Dragnet – Thanksgiving Edition

Posted by Oyster on November 20, 2007

It’s been a while since we netted a big harvest, but it’s bountiful mateys! Who knew that wild turkeys swam in the murky, brackish bay water!?

Did I miss something here? Email me (oyster<at>oy-bay.org) or leave a comment, and I’ll be sure to update the list!

For ChallahBackGirl: Thanksgiving, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, thanks-giving, pilgrims, Indians, family dinner, cornucopia, pumpkin, grace, corn, thanksgiving, dumplings, flight, travel… 😉


8 Responses to “Oy Bay Dragnet – Thanksgiving Edition”

  1. Adam Davis said


  2. Oyster, at Thanksgiving one should be appreciating what one has, not jealous of what one doesn’t. I’m flattered you’re trying to steal page views from your Sister blog CBDYAG, but please stop stealing CBDYAG views. Jealousy isn’t pretty on you. There’s enough blog readers (people and programs) out there for us both to share nicely. So in good faith and sharing here’s another thanksgiving, the most popular search term related to the holiday.

  3. Oyster said

    Uh, are you confused, CBG? First, I linked *to* the CBDYAG blog. How is that stealing views?

    Maybe if I posted on the CBDYAG blog, and linked to Oy Bay, then you could accuse me of that.

    And in case my explicit emoticon isn’t clear enough, I’m amused and happy that the CBDYAG blog is getting so much traffic. Remember, I write for it, too. May it go from strength to strength.

  4. Kneidalach said

    The post on “Ba’Inyanim” announces a talk/meeting that took place on Nov 19. The topic was information and benefits for young adults who intend to go back to Israel.

  5. kneidalach said

    If you still don’t have Thanksgiving dinner plans, join The Hub for a sensory exploration!


    Engage your Senses

    In anticipation of the June 8, 2008 opening of the Contemporary Jewish Museum’s dynamic new building, the CJM and The Hub at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco (JCCSF) are pleased to bring you a three-part Sensory Salon exploring building, architecture, and design.

    Eating and Drinking in Style: Exploring Design for a New Lounge Space

    How does design affect your culinary experience? Ponder this question (and others) in the swank luxury of the Sugar Café — coffee bar by day and lounge by night — brought to you by the owners of The Cellar. Marketing Manager Jona Goodman and designer Craig Walters discuss their vision for this hip new space. Check out design elements such as 2-way projection screens, intimate lounging areas, and a 9-foot-wide granite fireplace as you enjoy cocktails and appetizers.

    When: Thursday, November 29, 2007; 6:30 PM

    Where: Sugar Café: 679 Sutter Street (between Mason and Taylor streets), San Francisco

    Admission: CJM Members and JCCSF $6; Public $8
    (Cost includes appetizers; cash bar.)

    For Tickets and Information:

  6. Thanks for the kind mention! I’ve added you to my blogroll and will definitely be checking in for local tidbits.

    We posted the item about “Campus Battleground” screening at Campus Watch, by the way:


    Not sure I can catch it, but the heads-up is most appreciated.

    Her Majesty signing off 😉


  7. Friar Yid said

    Belated thanks for the link. For the interested, there was a follow-up to that post here.

    And I would have gone to Campus Battleground had I not been busy hacking up a lung at home.

  8. Rachel said

    I know it’s almost a month later, but I’m finally catching up on my RSS feeds from when I was in South Africa, so…THANKS for the shoutout, Oy Bay!! ❤

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