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Tuesday, November 24, 2020
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Moderna’s Israeli CMO Touts Vaccine

As Israel marks its 2,375th death from COVID-19 this week, and with 861 new infections confirmed on Monday, hopes are pinned on vaccines being developed domestically

Bergen County Chanukah Toy Drive Going Strong and Ends Nov. 30th

The pandemic can’t stop the Bergen County Chanukah Toy Drive which will end on Nov. 30. The annual drive, started 28 years ago by Marla Friedman

Clifton Cheder Opens New Campus

Fourteen years ago, Clifton Cheder opened its doors to the Passaic-Clifton community. Its mission was to create a nurturing environment for children ages 2 through grade

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Chai Lifeline Global Gala to Honor Kleins of New Milford

Chai Lifeline Global Gala to Honor Kleins of New Milford

Chai Lifeline will host its first-ever pre-Chanukah Global Gala on Tuesday, December 8. The virtual event will support the children and

JOWMA Health Podcasts Seek to Inspire Women

JOWMA Health Podcasts Seek to Inspire Women

The podcast topics range from intuitive eating and infertility to COVID vaccine development and stroke prevention.

Amicus Brief Filed to Bolster Upcoming Supreme Court Case on Holocaust-Era Seizure of Property

Amicus Brief Filed to Bolster Upcoming Supreme Court Case on Holocaust-Era Seizure of Property

On October 29, the legal team at Gibson Dunn filed an amicus brief on behalf of members of the House of Representatives in support of respondents in two cases that will determine

Hebrew Free Loan Recipients Get An Assist From ‘The Change Reaction’

Hebrew Free Loan Recipients Get An Assist From ‘The Change Reaction’

The Hebrew Free Loan of New Jersey (HFLNJ), a member of the International Association of Jewish Free Loans (IAJFL), offers interest-free

Valley Chabad ‘CTeens’ Give Back

Valley Chabad ‘CTeens’ Give Back

(Courtesy of Valley Chabad) Teens from the Pascack Valley and Saddle River communities got together safely on November 8 to give

Naaleh Open House Spotlights Student Reflections

Naaleh Open House Spotlights Student Reflections

While Naaleh’s Open House was certainly different from years passed, the video presentation captured the warmth and energy of

TCA Middle School Students Launch Bein Adam L’Chavero Initiative

TCA Middle School Students Launch Bein Adam L’Chavero Initiative

Tenafly Chabad Academy kicked off a new kindness program featuring a midah for each month. This month’s theme

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Ma’ayanot Raises Championship Banner

Ma’ayanot Raises Championship Banner

Ma’ayanot held an outdoor pep rally celebrating varsity volleyball and varsity basketball teams advancing to the championship games last

MTA Athletics Are Back

MTA Athletics Are Back

MTA is excited to announce the official start of its 2020-2021 athletics program! Varsity and JV basketball and hockey

No Cooling Down for Frisch Athletics

No Cooling Down for Frisch Athletics

As autumn days grow cooler and shorter, Frisch is making sure to keep its vibrant athletics program going strong. For nearly three months,

Collaborative Smokehouse Pop-Up at Sender’s Takes a Bite Out of Teaneck

Collaborative Smokehouse Pop-Up at Sender’s Takes a Bite Out of Teaneck

The evening seemed made for Instagram foodies, or at least for fans of kosher smokehouse combinations like pulled

Susie Fishbein Shares Cooking Tips for an Intimate Thanksgiving

Susie Fishbein Shares Cooking Tips for an Intimate Thanksgiving

Can Thanksgiving be celebrated during COVID? What can we do when large family gatherings and festive meals are on hold due to a second wave

A Perfect Cocktail for Dreary Days

A Perfect Cocktail for Dreary Days

The other night as I was driving home from a cold and wet Mincha/Maariv under the marquee in my shul’s parking lot, I decided that I

‘Tell Your Rabbis’

‘Tell Your Rabbis’

“Tell your rabbis, tell your rabbis…” said the soft and sincere voice to me.

It was about a week before last Rosh Hashanah, and I was

The Disastrous Repercussions of Divided Loyalties

The Disastrous Repercussions of Divided Loyalties

If you had to compress the teachings of Tanach into one simple sentence, that sentence would be “you reap what you sow,” or middah k’neged middah. In light of this central

Beyond the Rituals

Beyond the Rituals

Parshat Toldot

The precise identity of the last prophet in Trei Asar, the navi Malachi, is shrouded in mystery, with the Gemara in Megilla

(TPS) Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Gilad Erdan this week
(TPS) Eytan Stibbe, a former Israeli Air Force fighter pilot, will take part in a
In Israel, there is a palpable feeling of uncertainty now that president-elect
(Courtesy of the Jewish Home Family) Paul Kaplan, the Jewish Home Foundation’s
(Courtesy of JFNNJ) As COVID-19 cases skyrocket around the world and the
(Courtesy of Saint Mary’s General Hospital) Here’s a bit of history for you.
Step #7 Part 1 קדושים תהיו... “You shall be holy…” דבר אל
“My child hates reading. Whenever we have to sit for reading homework it becomes
As our outdoor chores wind down and the last leaves are bagged, we turn our
Andrea Samet is the owner of Custom Point, an innovative, one-stop needlepoint
(Courtesy of Unique Elegant Seating) In 1978, Unique Elegant Seating opened its
In this digital age, many traditional businesses have had to pivot to stay
The mortgage industry is forecasting close to $4 trillion in mortgage volume for
Are you working from home? How has COVID-19 changed the suburban office market?
Jonathan Hakakian, of J&S Designer Flooring in Morristown, lovingly
The murderous shooting attack in Vienna on November 2 is one more wake-up call for
On Oct. 27, 2018, a white-supremacist gunman sent a wake-up call to American Jews
Partisanship has always struck me as curious, the notion that we must vote for a