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In this August 2021 photo provided by Steve Pearlman, Rabbi Noah Farkas and Cantor Phil Baron tape a musical rendition of Oseh Shalom for the Rosh Hoshanah service from the "pop up” High Holiday TV Studio on the Valley Beth Shalom campus in Encino, Calif. “All of us were hoping this holiday season was going to be a do-over from 2020,” Farkas says. “After all the pain, all the distancing, I was hoping we could shake it off, and everyone could come back and give each other hugs. That’s not going to happen." (Steve Pearlman via AP)

In this August 2021 photo provided by Steve Pearlman, Rabbi Noah Farkas and Cantor Phil Baron tape a musical rendition of Oseh Shalom for the Rosh Hoshanah service from the "pop up” High Holiday TV Studio on the Valley Beth Shalom campus in Encino, Calif. “All of us were hoping this holiday season was going to be a do-over from 2020,” Farkas says. “After all the pain, all the distancing, I was hoping we could shake it off, and everyone could come back and give each other hugs. That’s not going to happen." (Steve Pearlman via AP)

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