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Monday, September 23, 2019

Fair Lawn’s Zadies Bakery to Reopen This Sunday

It’s been a long and busy eight weeks for the Steinberg family, the owners of Zadies Bakery in Fair Lawn. Two months ago, a car accidentally

Who Will Emerge From Election Deadlock?

Editor’s note: At press time, the Israeli election was still too close to call, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party in a virtual tie with

When the Walls Fell

    Except for the day of 9/11, I have never felt as broken as an SAR teacher as I did this week. But I have never felt

Sounding the Erev Shabbat Shofar in Teaneck

Teaneck’s got a new town crier and Lenny Fuld is his name. Fuld, a longtime resident who is well known for his friendly demeanor, roaring motorcycle

Nechumi Yaffe: A Charedi Woman Blazing Trails at Princeton

Nechumi Yaffe: A Charedi Woman Blazing Trails at Princeton

Nechumi Yaffe: A Charedi Woman Blazing Trails at Princeton

On Sunday evening, September 8, Rinat Yisrael was privileged to hear Nechumi Yaffe report on both her personal and scholarly journeys. As the

NORPAC Hosts Senator Jim Risch (R-ID) in Englewood

NORPAC Hosts Senator Jim Risch (R-ID) in Englewood

NORPAC Hosts Senator Jim Risch (R-ID) in Englewood

(Courtesy of NORPAC) On a recent Sunday evening, Dr. Richard and Sara Schlussel, with event co-chairs Avi & Elizabeth Samuels, hosted

Torahweb.org Welcomes Rabbis Twersky and Schachter to Teaneck

Torahweb.org Welcomes Rabbis Twersky and Schachter to Teaneck

Torahweb.org Welcomes Rabbis Twersky and Schachter to Teaneck

(Courtesy of Torahweb.org) The evening of Sunday, September 15, over 150 people gathered in Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck for

Sivan Rahav Meir to Address YIOT on Sunday

Sivan Rahav Meir to Address YIOT on Sunday

Sivan Rahav Meir to Address YIOT on Sunday

Famed Israeli journalist and television newscaster Sivan Rahav Meir and her husband, Yedidya Meir, an Israeli radio journalist, have come to

Yavneh Academy Hosts Speaker Janell Burley Hofmann on Tech Boundaries

Yavneh Academy Hosts Speaker Janell Burley Hofmann on Tech Boundaries

Yavneh Academy Hosts Speaker Janell Burley Hofmann on Tech Boundaries

Raising children in the digital world in  has been at the forefront Yavneh Academy programming for some years now, whether in technology

Yeshivat Frisch Holds Pre-Election Program

Yeshivat Frisch Holds Pre-Election Program

Yeshivat Frisch Holds Pre-Election Program

In advance of the Israeli election on Tuesday, Yeshivat Frisch students had the opportunity to learn about the Israeli election process and

Moriah Loves Apples, Apples and More Apples

Moriah Loves Apples, Apples and More Apples

Moriah Loves Apples, Apples and More Apples

This week the Moriah nursery students have been exploring apples in all of their learning centers. The children enjoyed

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Raizel Reva Kleinman

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Raizel Reva Kleinman

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Raizel Reva Kleinman

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Raizel Reva Kleinman as this week’s Sportstar of the

TABC Holds First-Ever Wrestling Expo

TABC Holds First-Ever Wrestling Expo

TABC Holds First-Ever Wrestling Expo

Coaches of the TABC wrestling team came to school during the freshman PE break and gave the students a firsthand glimpse of the wrestling

Fordham University Plans Conference On Anti-Semitism And Sports

Fordham University Plans Conference On Anti-Semitism And Sports

A global symposium discussing “Anti Semitism and Sports” will be offered by the School of Professional and Continual Studies of Fordham University in conjunction with the

Coco Jolie Brings Artistic Kosher Chocolate to Englewood

Coco Jolie Brings Artistic Kosher Chocolate to Englewood

Coco Jolie Brings Artistic Kosher Chocolate to Englewood

If ever a name fit the concept, Coco Jolie is it. French for “beautiful chocolate,” Coco Jolie is a kosher, vegan chocolatier

The Other Side of the Cork: Psâgot Winery—History Makes History Again

The Other Side of the Cork:  Psâgot Winery—History Makes History Again

The Other Side of the Cork: Psâgot Winery—History Makes History Again

Psâgot winery is certainly a household name for anyone who drinks kosher wine. There is a

Kosher Dining at Yale University Hillel Newly Certified by STAR-K

Kosher Dining at Yale University Hillel Newly Certified by STAR-K

Kosher Dining at Yale University Hillel Newly Certified by STAR-K

As a proud native New Havener, I was overjoyed when I found out that Yale University’s kosher kitchen would be certified by STAR-K Kosher

When the Walls Fell

When the Walls Fell

When the Walls Fell

Except for the day of 9/11, I have never felt as broken as an SAR teacher as I did this week. But I have never felt prouder either.

Open Your Eyes

Open Your Eyes

Open Your Eyes

Parshat Ki Tavo

“B’shuv Hashem et shivat Tziyon, hayinu k’cholmim.” David HaMelech penned

Preserve Your Traditions

Preserve Your Traditions

Preserve Your Traditions

As Jews, we are very proud of our history.

History connects us to our past and gives us guidelines on

(JNS) U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he has ordered U.S.
(JNS) Israel appeared to be behind a strike this week against Iranian militias near
Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Center mall is one of the indoor locations in which the
(Courtesy of OHEL) Over the last year, OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services
If you have been on a diet this year, you are in good company. According to the
(Courtesy of Dor Yeshorim) Dor Yeshorim is a brand name. Its services have
(Courtesy of 929 English) 929 English, a non-profit aimed at creating a global
1. “Do you do the same thing as that celebrity organizer, Marie Kondo?” While
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. It is a time of reflection, a time of spirituality. For
As they say, safety first is safety always. Taking preventative measures to ensure
According to a survey conducted by AccountingToday, 47% of small business owners
Having established itself as the one-stop shop to find exactly the right gift
Last week, when I picked September 18th to do our “Grand Re-Open House Warming
(Courtesy of Tivuch Shelly) Modi’in is a wonderful place to live, testified to by
(StatePoint) While you can’t choose your family, you can choose how close you live
Not even we believe people are entitled to visit simply because they demand
In an earlier column, I noted how common it is for people to act as though history
As Egypt, the United Nations and other parties are pursuing their efforts to