Until this week, most of us probably would not have been able to describe the sports relevance of a half pipe. But this week we saw that Arielle Gold’s quest to reach the Olympic podium was more than a pipe dream.
Indeed, the 21-year-old veterinary medicine student from Colorado Springs became the
It’s hard to believe but Purim is just around the corner. In less than two weeks, Jews all over the world will gather and celebrate a day embedded with meaning and infused with joy. Purim provides adults and children alike with the opportunity to connect with God and with each other in a remarkable way, granting us an experience which is often quite
There certainly are events in Israel, Europe, on Capitol Hill and locally that impact all of us. Goodness knows it’s been a wild week on Wall Street, and issues such as funding the federal government, immigration and others seem ever-present.
But let’s not forget that despite the cold weather, February is truly one of the “warmest” months of the year.
It should come as no surprise that PA President Mahmoud Abbas announced he’d only agree to a broad, internationally backed panel to mediate any peace talks with Israel.
The Palestinians are frantically perseverating over President Trump’s recognition last month of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Since our editorial last week, much has been said about the issues confronting our
Since we, as parents, invest so much in private yeshiva high school education for our children, we might think that these academically sound, rigorously moral institutions will serve as protection for our teens from the immense pull of alcohol and drug use.
However, as we have learned in recent months,
You did not have to know either the Steinberg family of Scarsdale, New York, or the Weiss family of Belleair, Florida, personally. If you are a member of a Jewish community, you know them well, especially if you are active in your shul, federation, school or camp.
2018 had a gut-wrenching
How could we have known that Donald Trump, the president who triggers such a visceral reaction in this nation, would boldly tell the world that Jerusalem was undeniably Israel’s capital and our nation’s embassy was destined for our people’s most holy city?
Along those lines, how could we have known
Recent publicized moves by both the New Jersey town and state university to reverse anti-Semitic bias are no better than dabbing makeup over a festering blemish.
Mahwah, which by its regrettable
Last week, as I began to follow leads for what I thought might be an important but short story about old allegations of sexual abuse against a local resident that took place in the 1980s, I realized something else was happening. Because many of my best high school memories were spent at United Synagogue Youth (USY) shabbatonim,
Just hours before Israelis would celebrate the joy of Chanukah’s first light, they would first experience the sadness as the flame of a life dedicated to Torah, a true gadol hador, came to an end.
We join the hundreds of thousands, who gathered in Bnei Brak and worldwide, in mourning the death