Elsewhere: Israel’s Burning Man fest, Tinder’s Jewish founders, Gaza border fears


Burning Man in the Negev:  The iconic Nevada festival has come to Israel, where local enthusiasts gathered in the country’s southern desert. (Tablet)

Kolkata’s Jews, digitally preserved:  A newly formed digital archive has gathered testaments to the rich history of Kolkata’s dwindling Jewish community. (Times of India)

Border fears: Recent violence has filled residents of southern Israel with trepidation about living so close to embattled Gaza. (N.Y. Times)

Swipe for love: Two of the founders of Tinder, a wildly popular dating app, make sure to get home to their parents’ Shabbat tables for dinner every Friday. (Jewish Journal)

Fighting religious discrimination: Bigotry is on the march around the world and must be combated, writes Ephraim Mirvis, the U.K.’s chief rabbi. (Telegraph)

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