Las Vegas Jews Go To Casinos to Celebrate the New Year
As Las Vegas Nevada grew in recent years, so too did its Jewish population. But that can lead to problems during the High Holy Days.
You're Jewish, you're in Las Vegas, but you don't belong to a synagogue. You and hundreds of other Jews need a place to celebrate the Jewish New Year. Where do you go? A big cavernous building designed for crowds. From the Fronteras Changing America Desk, Jude Joffe-Block has our story.