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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

A Kosher Mikvah Comes to Maplewood

When the shomeret raises her voice to declare “kosher,” a new day will dawn in Maplewood. As the Maplewood Jewish Center’s (MJC) administrator, and wife of

Heavenly Winks: When Hashem Carried Us Through

Editor’s note: The following has been adapted from a speech Bin Goldman gave at his son Shimon’s seudat hoda’ah (meal of thanksgiving), last week. During the last

Children's Book Reading Prompts Legal Action Against Highland Park

    A controversy that began last summer, pitting suburban community library-event planners and various Palestinian sympathizers against a Jewish community, is now moving to the legal arena.  The

Children's Book Reading Prompts Legal Action Against Highland Park

Children's Book Reading Prompts Legal Action Against Highland Park

Children's Book Reading Prompts Legal Action Against Highland Park

 

 

A controversy that began last summer, pitting suburban community library-event planners and various Palestinian sympathizers

RCBC Kinus Teshuva Highlights Communal Repentance

RCBC Kinus Teshuva Highlights Communal Repentance

RCBC Kinus Teshuva Highlights Communal Repentance

Atonement for a community’s sins and the 13 principles of divine mercy, the centerpieces of Selichot and the Yom

Adi Nes, Acclaimed Israeli Artist, to Speak at Congregation Beth Sholom

Adi Nes, Acclaimed Israeli Artist, to Speak at Congregation Beth Sholom

Adi Nes, Acclaimed Israeli Artist, to Speak at Congregation Beth Sholom

Congregation Beth Sholom of Teaneck presents “Biblical Heroes in Modern Life” by Adi Nes, on Wednesday, October 16, at 7:30 p.m.

NJJBA Holds Law Enforcement Meeting

NJJBA Holds Law Enforcement Meeting

NJJBA Holds Law Enforcement Meeting

Jersey City Police Chief Michael Kelly was recently honored by the North Jersey Jewish Business Alliance at their annual High

MTA Juniors Build Sukkahs for the Elderly

MTA Juniors Build Sukkahs for the Elderly

MTA Juniors Build Sukkahs for the Elderly

On Thursday, October 3, MTA juniors braved the rain and joined the Jewish Home Family’s

Cliff ‘The Bee Man’ Visits Yeshivat Noam

Cliff ‘The Bee Man’ Visits Yeshivat Noam

Cliff ‘The Bee Man’ Visits Yeshivat Noam

In honor of Rosh Hashanah, Cliff “The Bee Man” Sunflower came to talk to Yeshivat Noam k-third grades about bees and

LPS Celebrates Sukkot

LPS Celebrates Sukkot

LPS Celebrates Sukkot

The children at Lubavitch on the Palisades helped build a sukkah to prepare for the holiday. They learned about the special bracha of sitting and eating in to sukkah and

Joe Bednarsh, YU Athletics Director, Discusses Anti-Semitism in Sports

Joe Bednarsh, YU Athletics Director, Discusses Anti-Semitism in Sports

Joe Bednarsh, YU Athletics Director, Discusses Anti-Semitism in Sports

On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Joe Bednarsh, athletics director at Yeshiva University, was invited to be on a panel at Fordham

Bike4Chai: Part 3

Bike4Chai: Part 3

Bike4Chai: Part 3

I caught up to JJ and his escorts: his brother in law Doni Weinraub and Doni’s teenage son.

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Tamar Feldman

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Tamar Feldman

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Tamar Feldman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Tamar Feldman as this week’s Sportstar of the Week.

From Sukkot to Simchat Torah, the Party Goes On

From Sukkot to Simchat Torah, the Party Goes On

From Sukkot to Simchat Torah, the Party Goes On

The two holidays on the Jewish calendar symbolizing simcha (joy) the most—Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret-Simchat Torah—are coming upon us.

‘Variations,’ a Delicious New Cookbook, Is Now Available

‘Variations,’ a Delicious New Cookbook, Is Now Available

‘Variations,’ a Delicious New Cookbook, Is Now Available

Highlighting: “Variations: Simple and Delicious Dishes Two Ways,” by Daniella Silver. Mesorah Publications.

Top Ten Crowd-Pleaser Wines to Try on Sukkot

Top Ten Crowd-Pleaser Wines to Try on Sukkot

Top Ten Crowd-Pleaser Wines to Try on Sukkot

Sukkot, the time of our rejoicing, is my favorite holiday.

How Technology is Affecting the Insurance Industry

How Technology is Affecting the Insurance Industry

How Technology is Affecting the Insurance Industry

There’s no doubt about it: technology has completely transformed every facet of life. We live and breathe this in our everyday

 Used Car Buying Tips for Your Teen Driver

 Used Car Buying Tips for Your Teen Driver

 Used Car Buying Tips for Your Teen Driver

Remember those nights when your little one kept you up every hour with their non-stop crying? You begged, pleaded, and bargained for

‘Ani Ve-Ho’: What Is the Meaning of This Cryptic Phrase?

‘Ani Ve-Ho’: What Is the Meaning of This Cryptic Phrase?

‘Ani Ve-Ho’: What Is the Meaning of This Cryptic Phrase?

As part of the Sukkot hoshanot we recite the request “Ani Ve-Ho Hoshiah Nah.” This phrase originates in a statement by R. Judah at

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From the files of a PUAH rabbinic counselor:Because your fertility journey is so much
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Recently, I’ve heard the phrase “fat-shaming” outside my place of work. This
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U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement that she is opening an official
A fundamental shift in Israeli politics ought to make “national unity”