jlink
Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Ice Hockey Star Noah Petak Will Skate in 2017 Maccabiah

Selected to participate in the 2017 Maccabiah Games was Frisch rising sophomore and Tenafly resident Noah Petak. Petak played ice hockey on the newly formed Cougars Ice

Rep. Scott Garrett Readies for General Election Fight

Hackensack—Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ), whose district encompasses most of Bergen County and portions of Passaic, Sussex and Warren counties, is facing the most well-funded general election

Governor Christie Signs Anti-BDS Legislation

In a public ceremony, Governor Chris Christie signed into law S1923, codifying prohibitions on NJ State Investment Council investment in businesses engaged in the boycott of

‘Sharing Seats’ Takes Kids Out to the Ballgame

Enhancing lives, one seat at a time. That’s the motto of the non-profit organization called Sharing Seats. According to Noah Falkenstein, Sharing Seats’ Executive Director, “Our

Yeshivat Noam Hosts Interactive and Meaningful Tisha B’Av Experience

Yeshivat Noam Hosts Interactive and Meaningful Tisha B’Av Experience

Yeshivat Noam Hosts Interactive and Meaningful Tisha B’Av Experience

For the third consecutive year, The Genia Horn Judaic Studies Program of Yeshivat Noam hosted and led a kinot program on

BERGEN NEWSBRIEFS - AUGUST 18, 2016

BERGEN NEWSBRIEFS - AUGUST 18, 2016

BERGEN NEWSBRIEFS - AUGUST 18, 2016

Master Sofer/Scribe to Speak at Rinat Yisrael

The Adult Education Committee of

Observations From Six Israeli Women and Lessons for Berrie Fellows

Observations From Six Israeli Women and Lessons for Berrie Fellows

Observations From Six Israeli Women and Lessons for Berrie Fellows

“Jews in the Diaspora must feel that they have a personal stake in the narrative of the State of Israel. It is no longer

Fair Lawn Jewish Day Camp Celebrates With Photo Op

Fair Lawn Jewish Day Camp Celebrates With Photo Op

Fair Lawn Jewish Day Camp Celebrates With Photo Op

On Monday, August 8, the Fair Lawn Jewish Day Camp celebrated its ninth year in existence. A record number of 400 campers, in addition to

Superheroes and Princesses Enjoy Shabbat at Camp Shalev

Superheroes and Princesses Enjoy Shabbat at Camp Shalev

Superheroes and Princesses Enjoy Shabbat at Camp Shalev

Camp Shalev at Gan Aviv Bergenfield celebrated the end of superhero and princess week with a costume party Shabbat. Pictured is the toddler

Rabbi Jachter Visits TABC Students in Morasha Kollel

Rabbi Jachter Visits TABC Students in Morasha Kollel

Rabbi Jachter Visits TABC Students in Morasha Kollel

Last week, TABC rebbe, Rabbi Haim Jachter, traveled to Camp Morasha to address the Kollel on the topic of financial litigation in Beit Din.

Livingston Temple Softball League Ends Exciting Season

Livingston Temple Softball League Ends Exciting Season

Livingston Temple Softball League Ends Exciting Season

(livingstontemplesoftball.blogspot.com) What seemed like the longest season we’ve ever had finally came to an end Sunday

Yeshiva University Men’s Roller Hockey Team Promoted to Division II

Yeshiva University Men’s Roller Hockey Team Promoted to Division II

Yeshiva University Men’s Roller Hockey Team Promoted to Division II

New York—The Yeshiva University roller hockey team was approved by the Eastern Collegiate Roller Hockey Association (ECRHA) to play in

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Shia Forgash

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Shia Forgash

Gotham Burger Sportstar of the Week: Shia Forgash

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to recognize Shia Forgash as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Shia

Summertime and the Baking Is Easy

Summertime and the Baking Is Easy

Summertime and the Baking Is Easy

As the late summer begins to wax and wane, there is a myriad of fresh fruit available that can be used for either baking or cooking. Stone

Who Said Red Wines Are Not Fit for the Summer?!

Who Said Red Wines Are Not Fit for the Summer?!

Who Said Red Wines Are Not Fit for the Summer?!

The sun is shining, the birds are twitting and the nights are warm. Isn’t it beautiful out there? While we are still in the summer,

Empire Introduces New Line of Deli Meat and Hot Dogs

Empire Introduces New Line of Deli Meat and Hot Dogs

Empire Introduces New Line of Deli Meat and Hot Dogs

Empire® Kosher has launched new line of natural deli meats and poultry hot dogs. The new deli represents the first-ever line of kosher,

A Gift of 40 Years

A Gift of 40 Years

A Gift of 40 Years

On Friday, God willing, my wife Lisa and I will be married for 40 years.

In 1976, the year of our

Lone Soldiers Benefit From Bar Mitzvah Boy’s Chesed

Lone Soldiers Benefit From Bar Mitzvah Boy’s Chesed

Lone Soldiers Benefit From Bar Mitzvah Boy’s Chesed

On July 6, Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, Yair Konigsberg of Bergenfield celebrated his Bo BaYom Bar Mitzvah at Camp Mesorah. Yair and his

The Torah’s Perspective on Friendship in Marriage

The Torah’s Perspective on Friendship in Marriage

The Torah’s Perspective on Friendship in Marriage

Part 1

A highlight of our summer was when our family gathered together for a

Shin Bet Uncovers Hezbollah Attempts to Recruit Palestinians on
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas once again turned down an offer to
Take a moment and imagine a scenario where something in your life goes wrong.
We lost another promising young life this week. To be honest, we are at a loss for
There is lots of evidence that our physical environment can have a tremendous impact
With the kids home from camp and a few more weeks to go before school starts, now
For the first time in four years, my husband and I took a trip without our children
When school gets out the fun begins—for kids. For parents, it can be a
The random returns from non-guaranteed investments can be compared to playing cards
Camp is almost over and you’re excited for your kids to come back home. You
How many remember an old-fashioned ice cream parlor where you went in,
A few months back I was invited to speak at a Real Estate brokerage, to present
The housing market is on fire! Jonathan Smoke, Realtor.com chief economist,
(BPT) The evolution of American families and their changing lifestyles is a popular
Long panned for harboring deep anti-Israel bias, the United Nations (UN) has often
Beginning with the bloody July 14 Bastille Day terror attack in Nice, France, that
The most remarkable thing about the recent failed coup in Turkey is how utterly