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Friday, May 24, 2019

First Teach NJ Dinner Features Gov. Murphy and Coalition Partners 

The Teach NJ organization, the New Jersey arm of the Orthodox Union’s Teach Coalition, welcomed Governor Phil Murphy at their inaugural dinner on Wednesday, May 15

‘Hamas Does Not Want a Solution’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s former national security advisor talked about regional challenges facing Israel’s security at an event in New York City last week organized

Noam Sixth Grade Boys Complete Championship Sweep

The Noam Knights sixth grade boys’ basketball team completed an undefeated season this past Monday night with a win in the championship over the SAR Sting

Yeshivat Noam Sixth Grade Girls Capture 2019 YMSSA Championship

The Yeshivat Noam Knights sixth grade girls’ basketball team entered the championship game working on a flawless season, while Moriah had an April 4, loss to

NORPAC Mission to DC Draws 1100

NORPAC Mission to DC Draws 1100

NORPAC Mission to DC Draws 1100

The annual NORPAC mission to Washington D.C. to advocate for a strong relationship between Israel and the United States drew over 1100 people

RYNJ Marks Rabbi Dovid Kaminetsky’s First Yahrzeit

RYNJ Marks Rabbi Dovid Kaminetsky’s First Yahrzeit

RYNJ Marks Rabbi Dovid Kaminetsky’s First Yahrzeit

Within the walls of the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey, Rabbi Dovid Kaminetsky’s presence was one that inspired both respect and

Teaneck Makes Lemonade for Israel

Teaneck Makes Lemonade for Israel

Teaneck Makes Lemonade for Israel

Teaneck residents Jen and Aaron Hoffer didn’t expect themselves to come face to face with anti-Israel protesters last Sunday, but then

Enthusiastic Supporters Attend MDA ‘Breakfast for Israel’

Enthusiastic Supporters Attend MDA ‘Breakfast for Israel’

Enthusiastic Supporters Attend MDA ‘Breakfast for Israel’

More than 150 people attended a fundraiser Sunday to support Magen David Adom, Israel’s national EMS and blood-services

Yeshivat Frisch Hosts Evening of Scholars

Yeshivat Frisch Hosts Evening of Scholars

Yeshivat Frisch Hosts Evening of Scholars

On May 20, Yeshivat Frisch hosted its first annual Evening of Scholars. The event featured 11 presentations showcasing the

Tenafly Chabad Academy Celebrates Israel

Tenafly Chabad Academy Celebrates Israel

Tenafly Chabad Academy Celebrates Israel

Our strong love and pride in our Jewish homeland was felt throughout the halls of TCA. Everyone in grades one through eight

Assemblyman Gordon Johnson Visits Yeshivat Noam Middle School

Assemblyman Gordon Johnson Visits Yeshivat Noam Middle School

Assemblyman Gordon Johnson Visits Yeshivat Noam Middle School

Thank you to Josh Caplan and the leadership team at Teach NJ for advocating for increased funding for private schools in

RYNJ Jaguars Dominate as 2019 Martin Weiselberg Memorial Hockey Tournament Champs

RYNJ Jaguars Dominate as 2019 Martin Weiselberg Memorial Hockey Tournament Champs

RYNJ Jaguars Dominate as 2019 Martin Weiselberg Memorial Hockey Tournament Champs

The RYNJ Jaguars continue to pile up the hardware in 2019, taking home the biggest prize in junior high hockey this past Sunday at

Yavneh Redhawks Are Undefeated Three-Peat Champions

Yavneh Redhawks Are Undefeated Three-Peat Champions

Yavneh Redhawks Are Undefeated Three-Peat Champions

On Sunday, May 19, the Yavneh Redhawks played Kushner in the YMSSA girls hockey championship game at Yeshivat Noam. Kushner, after pulling

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

MGBL High School action heated up this past weekend as we approach the midway point of the season. Immediately after

‘Kosher Foodie’ Facebook Groups: Let’s Stick to the Facts

‘Kosher Foodie’ Facebook Groups: Let’s Stick to the Facts

‘Kosher Foodie’ Facebook Groups: Let’s Stick to the Facts

For kashrut-observant Jews worldwide, Facebook’s numerous “foodie” groups can be a blessing or, in the worst cases, a lesson

Bookman’s BBQ Lets You Be a Guest at Your Own Party

Bookman’s BBQ Lets You Be a Guest at Your Own Party

Bookman’s BBQ Lets You Be a Guest at Your Own Party

Backyard barbecues are one of life’s great pleasures. Sizzling meat on the grill, with the aroma

No-Bake Chocolate- and Vanilla-Drizzled Oreo ‘Rice Krispie’ Treat Bars

No-Bake Chocolate- and Vanilla-Drizzled Oreo ‘Rice Krispie’ Treat Bars

No-Bake Chocolate- and Vanilla-Drizzled Oreo ‘Rice Krispie’ Treat Bars

There’s nothing more fun than a mash-up of two beloved desserts. For Shabbat dessert this week, why not grab some pareve Oreo-style cookies

The New York Times Has No Place in Our Homes

The New York Times Has No Place in Our Homes

The New York Times Has No Place in Our Homes

On Wednesday morning, May 1, a couple of hours after returning home from a glorious Passover in Israel, my wife and I called The New York

Famed Author Herman Wouk, z”l, Leaves a Majestic Legacy

Famed Author Herman Wouk, z”l, Leaves a Majestic Legacy

Famed Author Herman Wouk, z”l, Leaves a Majestic Legacy

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk died on May 17, just 10 days before his 104th birthday. His literary agent, Amy Rennert, said he

Explaining the Tel Dan Stele to an Orthodox Museum Docent

Explaining the Tel Dan Stele to an Orthodox Museum Docent

Explaining the Tel Dan Stele to an Orthodox Museum Docent

The Religious Significance of the Tel Dan Stele

It was an exciting part of our family’s Israel trip

(JNS) John Earnest, the 19-year-old man charged with shooting and killing congregant
(JNS) Following an announcement Sunday that Bahrain and the United States will host
(Israel Hayom/JNS) The Israel Defense Forces made its displeasure public following
(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital has purchased Surfacide UV-C emitting
Recently, a woman in her late 60s came to my office with discomfort in her left
(Courtesy of RWJ Barnabas) For the 15th consecutive time, Saint Barnabas Medical
Picture this: Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai sitting with his son, Rabbi Elazar, learning
This month’s article is written by Benjamin Litchman. Who would’ve thought? A
During a casual Sunday conversation with our son—on an east coast evening by us,
Dr. Charles Fleischner, MD is poised to serve as the chief medical officer of
Sam Ulrich has opened a new photography studio at 1389 Queen Anne Road in
The decision to make aliyah is life-changing and often comes with emotional and
According to a report released this past week by the National Association of
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Democratic Party leaders have spent recent months doing their best to assert that
  On Wednesday morning, May 1, a couple of hours after returning home from a
Within the next several years, Holocaust remembrance will enter into a challenging