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Saturday, October 01, 2016

Yad Leah Is Proof That Miracles Can Happen

Two young women, childhood friends living thousands of miles from each other, innocently had an idea that neither realized would one day create an organization that

Israel Victorious in WBC Qualifier

On Thursday night, Israel took the field at Brooklyn’s MCU Park, against Great Britain in front of almost 4,000 fans. Former MLB Star Jason Marquis took

In Her Father’s Memory, Karen Orgen Donates a Kidney

Our parents and other family members, even those no longer with us, live on in our memories. This past June, Teaneck resident Karen Orgen, 49, marked

Shimon Peres Dies at 93

Shimon Peres, former president, former prime minister, former defense minister, former foreign minister, former minister of eight other ministries, the last surviving member of Israel’s founding

In Her Father’s Memory, Karen Orgen Donates a Kidney

In Her Father’s Memory, Karen Orgen Donates a Kidney

In Her Father’s Memory, Karen Orgen Donates a Kidney

Our parents and other family members, even those no longer with us, live on in our memories. This past June, Teaneck resident Karen

COMMUNITY NEWSBRIEFS

COMMUNITY NEWSBRIEFS

COMMUNITY NEWSBRIEFS

Mel and Phyllis Zachter OHEL Institute for Training Helps Educate Mental Health Practitioners in NY

Bergen County’s Shomer Shabbat Cub Scout Troop Holds Family Fun Day

Bergen County’s Shomer Shabbat Cub Scout Troop Holds Family Fun Day

Bergen County’s Shomer Shabbat Cub Scout Troop Holds Family Fun Day

On Sunday, September 25, Bergen County’s Shomer Shabbat Cub Scout Pack 613 celebrated their First Annual Family Fun Day at Camp Alpine. The

Ben Porat Yosef First Graders Learn 3D Printing

Ben Porat Yosef First Graders Learn 3D Printing

Ben Porat Yosef First Graders Learn 3D Printing

BPY first grade students were very excited to learn how to use the Tinkercad website and begin learning about design using the school’s

RYNJ Extends Wishes for Happy and Healthy New Year

RYNJ Extends Wishes for Happy and Healthy New Year

RYNJ Extends Wishes for Happy and Healthy New Year

BPY first grade students were very excited to learn how to use the Tinkercad website and begin learning about design using the school’s

The King Is in the Field at LPS

The King Is in the Field at LPS

The King Is in the Field at LPS

Students at Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool learned about the month of Elul through a parable from Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi. They

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Chaim Mermelstein

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Chaim Mermelstein

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Chaim Mermelstein

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize eleven year old Chaim Mermelstein as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Rosenbaum Yeshiva of New

Isaac Shore Helps Kick Off the Soccer Season

Isaac Shore Helps Kick Off the Soccer Season

Isaac Shore Helps Kick Off the Soccer Season

The Teaneck Junior Soccer league begins another great season. Among the week one highlights: was a goal for Isaac Shore and the Coyotes.e begins another great season. Among the

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

The Teaneck Junior Soccer league begins another great season. Among the week one highlights: was a goal for Isaac Shore and the Coyotes.e begins another great season. Among the

Smokey Joe’s BBQ Restaurant in Teaneck Closes Its Doors

Smokey Joe’s BBQ Restaurant in Teaneck Closes Its Doors

The fire has gone out for good at Smokey Joe’s on Teaneck’s Cedar Lane, the world’s first authentic, kosher, pit-smoked barbecue according to owner Joseph Godin. In an

A Bit of California Grandeur for the New Year

A Bit of California Grandeur for the New Year

A Bit of California Grandeur for the New Year

Forty years ago, in the spring of 1976, a seminal event happened in Paris, France, that changed the map of wine just as much as the American

How Sweet It Is!

How Sweet It Is!

How Sweet It Is!

When we think of the Rosh Hashanah meal, perhaps one of the first symbolic foods we indulge in is the apple dipped in honey. It symbolizes our anticipation and hope for a

On My Secular Campus, Appreciating the Gift of Rosh Hashanah

On My Secular Campus, Appreciating the Gift of Rosh Hashanah

On My Secular Campus, Appreciating the Gift of Rosh Hashanah

Many Americans, I’m told, have two chances per year to start fresh—once with the calendar, on January 1, and once with school, when that

All the Lonely People on Social Media

All the Lonely People on Social Media

All the Lonely People on Social Media

As a new Jewish year begins, we must take the opportunity to look for ways to improve our behavior. We are the generation that has seen the

Bava Kamma 116

Bava Kamma 116

Bava Kamma 116

May these words of Torah serve as a merit le’iluy nishmat Menachem Mendel ben Harav Yoel David Balk, a”h.

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