Simanim, or symbols, are a popular feature at many families’ Rosh Hashanah tables. While some make sure to include every last siman from black eyed peas to spinach to beets, it is almost a given that the classics—apples, honey and pomegranate—will find their way to every Rosh Hashanah feast. And while the honey may be a little too sticky and
We all want a sweet year, but many of us have graduated past the days of sweet Kiddush wines. But don’t write off sweet wines altogether. To wrap up the perfect yom tov meal, consider a lusciously sweet sipping dessert wine such as the Herzog Reserve Late Harvest Orange Muscat.
Working our way backward, if
The Guggenhim Museum, Fifth Avenue at 89th Street, through September 25.
Sunday to Wednesday, and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5:45 p.m., closed Thursdays. Open on Shabbat until 7:45 p.m.
“Spend a lot of time in the rotunda,” I was told by the lady at the front desk. “It takes an hour to cycle through all the colors.”
Walking into the
Dordogne—Elisabeth Jenny Jeanne Meynard Maxwell, of a heroic French revolutionary and Huguenot family, was married to a Holocaust survivor—Leibie Hoch of Sighet. Hoch was one of a brood of Hasidic boys who slept on the same floor in their hut, escaped before he could be deported and became Robert Maxwell, one of the most important international scientific
You won’t dance at a wedding. You won’t sing along with others to a favorite tune. You find it hard to hug. You need financial help, but you won’t reach out for help. Why? You have trapped emotions. They are keeping you from being your authentic self. You are “stuck.” You are also disconnected from Hashem, because with Him you can do all of these
(StatePoint)—In an age of economic uncertainty, being indispensable at work is crucial to job security. And while developing specific professional skills is important, some experts say that there are intangible factors that are even more important for your long-term success.
“If you’re interesting, people will remember you and want to work with you.
We are living in an age where things cost a lot of money; I am finding over and over that people tend to discard things rather than re-purpose them. There are so many things that we can find other uses for; everyday things that you would perhaps be very quick to throw out. I am happy to share some ideas with you. Try them; you may be very
Marc Joseph NY, a casual footwear company born in Brooklyn to a father and his native New Yorker son in 2006, is expanding from its manufacturing base and New York and web-based business into retail sales in New Jersey. The company prides itself on its traditional business values: trendy styles in casual footwear with an emphasis on quality and comfort in
A monument to Hans and Sophie Scholl and the Holocaust resistance group White Rose at the University of Munich in Bavaria, Germany. Credit: Gryffindor via Wikimedia Commons.
Among the various events in Holocaust history marking their 70th anniversary this year—including the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, the Nazis’ failed assault on Stalingrad, and a
The Hilton Double Tree Hotel at SeaWorld in Orlando was awash with bright orange t-shirts as nearly 500 members of Kids of Courage arrived for the non-profit organization’s annual 9-day summer adventure in August. Kids of Courage participants, better known as “Couragers,” flocked to Florida on nearly 20different flights from 14 states and 4 countries.
Teaneck—Even though, according to their online schedule, there are 123 NJ Transit buses from Teaneck to New York, in addition to a number of Jitney buses, one Bergenfield resident and commuter wants to start another bus line.
In an August 1st email to the Teaneck Shuls’ Yahoo group, David Wolf asked commuters a series of questions and
In a community that seems saturated with yeshiva day schools, the rapid growth of families combined with the need for affordable Jewish education has allowed for yet another school to make its mark in the neighborhood. On Harold Street in Tenafly, sits a gleaming new building on a quiet cul-de-sac. The interior is pristine and the wide hallways ache for the bustling