After teaching music and movement classes incorporating Hebrew songs and Jewish themes for mothers and their little ones for ten years in Melbourne, Australia, Robin Aron, a young, vibrant, Orthodox Jewish woman, mother, professional singer, and early childhood educator, changed her life. She now uses her business experience to bring her many
Candy Corner Israel is an on-line kosher gift store with excellent personal service. It was founded in 2010 by Rahel Yaish and Tamar Lustman who both made aliyah the previous year from New York and Silver Spring respectively. They put their heads together and came up with a niche that didn’t yet exist in Israel.
Living far away from those
Links Residential is pleased to welcome Liora Kirsch to our team. Liora was born in Israel, and split her time growing up between Tel Aviv and the New York metro area. Her multicultural background offers her clients understanding and insight only a select few are able to offer. Liora is married with 3 wonderful school age children and resides in Teaneck. Liora
Teaneck—There is only one spot in town where you can play PacMan and get your teeth straightened at the same time: Knoll Orthodontics. Dr. Sharon Knoll and Dr. Leah Friedman, who run the practice, pride themselves on their warmth, flexibility, and deep involvement in the community—as well as their ability to keep the kids distracted while waiting to get their
Many people think the word mortgage is synonymous with a loan. In truth, the word mortgage is a term that’s synonymous with lien, only specifically used in reference to real estate transactions. A mortgage provides protection for the lender in case of default by the borrower. When you close on a mortgage loan, the deed technically belongs
Bayonne—For over 50 years, Kedem grape juice has been an iconic symbol. Continuing its long- standing tradition of quality, Kedem is proud to introduce its newest addition to its grape juice family, Kedem Fresh Grape Juice.
Kedem Fresh Grape Juice is all natural, and does not contain any added concentrate, sugar, sulfites, artificial colors or flavors. “We
New York—The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts (CKCA), in partnership with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, is launching 2014’s “Brooklyn Eats” seminar series with a panel discussion entitled “Kosher Made Easy” geared for food and beverage manufacturers. The seminar—the first of its kind in Brooklyn—will take attendees through a basic primer on what
Bergen County—Stanley Rutta is a Federal Aviation Administration-qualified engineer who has worked in the computer field for some of the world’s largest corporations. However, what makes him unique is his pioneering work in developing a new way to produce electricity using ocean waves.
After initial work, Rutta was awarded a patent for the ocean
It is so hard to find a good, honest mechanic. While most of us know nothing about car repair, we all have our personal intuition and usually pick our car mechanic based on how much our car repair should cost, how long it should take, and how the service was.
Years ago, before I started using Eli’s Auto, I felt that my mechanic would fix one thing and break
A press release for a report from the Consumer Federation of America announced that 67% of middle class Americans acknowledged making a “really bad financial decision,” one that resulted in an average loss of $23,000. “Middle class” was defined as households with an annual income between $30,000 and $100,000. By comparison, 61% of upper income
Teaneck—Ten years ago, Anat and Meir Best walked down Teaneck’s Cedar Lane and saw more than stores, people and traffic: they saw an opportunity. “It was 2004, and Meir was between jobs,” Anat told JLBC. “I realized there was a need for a place that would specialize in high quality fresh meat and give customers personal service. And I
A true story, which occurred more than a century ago:
John C. Burchard was the owner of a life insurance policy on himself. Burchard had made two premium payments on the policy, but was under financial duress and currently late on the third payment. Burchard also needed a surgical operation, but had no money for the procedure.
In an effort to solve both