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April 7, 2017 | Rabbi Michael Knopf of Temple Beth-El in Richmond, Virginia, is marveling at the length of his to-do list for Tuesday's Passover Seder.
The food still has to be cooked, the Haggadahs proofread, and volunteers wrangled.
"[It's] a little bit crazy, but in a good way," Knopf says.
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