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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Frisch Wins Oren Grunbaum Memorial Tournament

After completing their regular season with a 9-1 mark and #2 seed in the Western Conference, the Frisch JV Cougars accepted an invitation to the Oren

Trump and Netanyahu Meet Amidst Russian Intel Turmoil

(JNS and combined sources) President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held their first joint press conference on Wednesday at the White House, ahead of

Congregation Ohr Saadya to Honor Yvette  and Ari Braunstein at Eighth Annual Dinner

Ohr Saadya will honor Yvette and Ari Braunstein at its eighth annual dinner on February 25 at Factory 220 in Passaic. Led by Rabbi Daniel Feldman

Respecting the Sensitive, Nuanced Work of the OU and Their Poskim

I was pleased by the overall tone and much of the content of the article (“Reflections on the Current Debate on Women’s Professional Spiritual Leadership”) written

Teaneck’s Neil Greenspan  Named Top 40 Financial Advisor

Teaneck’s Neil Greenspan  Named Top 40 Financial Advisor

Teaneck’s Neil Greenspan  Named Top 40 Financial Advisor

Teaneck resident Neil Greenspan was recently named to On Wall Street’s listing of Top 40 Under 40. The list ranks the highest-producing

Sharsheret Celebrates Eighth Annual Pink Day

Sharsheret Celebrates Eighth Annual Pink Day

Sharsheret Celebrates Eighth Annual Pink Day

Sharsheret, a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to addressing the needs of Jewish

Dr. David Pelcovitz Addresses RYNJ Parent Body at Melava Malka

Dr. David Pelcovitz Addresses RYNJ Parent Body at Melava Malka

Dr. David Pelcovitz Addresses RYNJ Parent Body at Melava Malka

This year, RYNJ’s new “We’re All IN Together” school-wide middot initiative has focused on inculcating a sense of “we”

YUConnects and Yad Leah: It’s a Shidduch!

YUConnects and Yad Leah: It’s a Shidduch!

YUConnects and Yad Leah: It’s a Shidduch!

The adage mitzvah goreret mitzvah (one mitzvah leads to another) is something that most of us do not think about very often.

Yeshivat Noam First Graders Receive Their Siddurim

Yeshivat Noam First Graders Receive Their Siddurim

Yeshivat Noam First Graders Receive Their Siddurim

Moriah Holds Its First-Ever Art Show

Moriah Holds Its  First-Ever Art Show

Moriah Holds Its First-Ever Art Show

The Moriah school held its first ever Moriah Art Show, featuring amazing artwork created by Moriah students in nursery

MTA’s ‘Names, Not Numbers’ Students Interview Holocaust Survivors

MTA’s ‘Names, Not Numbers’ Students Interview Holocaust Survivors

MTA’s ‘Names, Not Numbers’ Students Interview Holocaust Survivors

This week, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) participants in the “Names, Not Numbers” program had the incredible opportunity

SPORTS Scenes

SPORTS Scenes

SPORTS Scenes

Gotham Burger Spo

Gotham Burger Spo

Gotham Burger Spo

rtstar of the Week: Brian Carmeli

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Gotham Burger would like to

TABC Varsity Storms the Hawks and Gets Ready for the Playoffs

TABC Varsity Storms the Hawks and Gets Ready for the Playoffs

TABC Varsity Storms the Hawks and Gets Ready for the Playoffs

On Motzei Shabbat, February 12, the 8-3-0-1 TABC Varsity Storm took on the visiting 9-2 HAFTR Hawks in a highly anticipated inter-division

2017 Kosher Food and Wine Experience: New Selections, Popular Favorites

2017 Kosher Food and Wine Experience: New Selections, Popular Favorites

2017 Kosher Food and Wine Experience: New Selections, Popular Favorites

Watching the sun set over the Hudson River while sipping fine wines and nibbling on delicacies,

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Chocolate Cake

The rich chocolate pairs well with the tart, slightly sweetened yogurt. Separating the eggs makes this dessert light and fluffy, without the

More Likes, More ‘Shares’ for Teaneck Doghouse’s New Menu Items

More Likes, More ‘Shares’ for Teaneck Doghouse’s New Menu Items

More Likes, More ‘Shares’ for Teaneck Doghouse’s New Menu Items

Teaneck—Many local residents have come to know The Teaneck Doghouse as a part of Teaneck’s much

Shloshim for Rabbi Yosef Strassfeld, z”l, Marked With Scholarship Announcement

Shloshim for Rabbi Yosef Strassfeld, z”l,  Marked With Scholarship Announcement

Shloshim for Rabbi Yosef Strassfeld, z”l, Marked With Scholarship Announcement

One by one, the rabbanim of Englewood ascended the podium at Congregation Shomrei Emunah on February 7 to

Bava Batra 21

Bava Batra 21

Bava Batra 21

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

Yitro: The Sweet Visit

Yitro: The Sweet Visit

Yitro: The Sweet Visit

Shemot:18:1-27

The in-laws came to visit five times a year. There was the somewhat somber Rosh Hashana

(JLNJ Staff) Governor Chris Christie signed into law last week a bill that allows
(JNS.org) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director Mike Pompeo reportedly met with
(JNS.org) Israel has reportedly pulled its ambassador to Egypt from the country over
When I was 16 years old I traveled to Israel with my family for the first time. I
“Where are my pictures?” my daughter asked me one day. “What pictures?”
As we approach the end of February, it often starts to feel like winter might
People spend the better part of their lives being mothers or fathers, sisters or
In the Fall of 2016 I had the opportunity to connect with Heather Jarvis, a
Our digitally saturated culture does not tend toward simple explanations or
Ok, so before you pass go, I need to share my approach when it comes
If I were to take a vote, I believe that the general consensus would be, outside of
(BPT) A house with ample windows can win your heart with silent promises of
Throughout the world, many neighborhoods have groups of streets with names
In last week’s Jewish Link, in yet another thoughtful essay (“From the Desk of
RCA and OU In October 2015, the Rabbinical Council of America issued a resolution
The ubiquitous denigration, demonization and holding Israel to a double standard by