jlink
Monday, September 26, 2022
Advertisement

Living Better, Connected

This Shabbat, Bergen County rabbis will ask their congregations to make technology use ‘intentional.’ It seems all working adults struggle to strike just the right balance between

Bris Avrohom Holds 35th Annual Gala Wedd…

Six couples from the former Soviet Union got married this past Sunday according to Jewish law. Pictured are Rabbi Mordechai (standing, center) and Rebbetzin Shterney Kanelsky

Dan Shlufman Starts Term As JFNNJ Presid…

On July 1, Dan Shlufman became the new president of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, taking the reins from Lee Lasher of Englewood. Shlufman

Fair Lawn’s Aviva Oppenheim ‘Builds …

It’s not every day that one learns that the project leader on a major Manhattan bridge project is a Fair Lawn-based mechanical engineer, but it’s much

Advertisement

The Antisemitic Rot at the City University of New York Is Institutional

The Antisemitic Rot at the City University of New York Is Institutional

Instead of dealing with the rampant discrimination and hate on their campuses, officials are rubbing it in the Jewish community’s face.

Stern College Shabbaton Filled With Inspiration, Song and Torah

Stern College Shabbaton Filled With Inspiration, Song and Torah

(Courtesy of YU) Amid acres of lush greenery at Camp Dora Golding in the Poconos, more than 200 young women from Stern College for

Fleetwood Synagogue Completes Community Torah

Fleetwood Synagogue Completes Community Torah

On September 18, the Fleetwood Synagogue community completed and welcomed a new sefer Torah. The event began at the home of

Chabad of Hackensack to Release First-Ever AI-Illustrated Jewish Calendar

Chabad of Hackensack to Release First-Ever AI-Illustrated Jewish Calendar

(Courtesy of Chabad of Hackensack) With Rosh Hashanah just around the corner, Chabad of Hackensack is releasing a brand new Jewish
Advertisement

Arena STEM: Taking Educational Fun to New Heights

Arena STEM: Taking Educational Fun to New Heights

There is no place quite like Arena STEM. Located in the Garden State

Yeshivat Noam EC Is All About Apples

Yeshivat Noam EC Is All About Apples

Using a plethora of cross-curricula activities, apples are all over the orchard, art projects, literacy lessons and math

Yavneh Students Study Bees and Honey for A Sweet New Year

Yavneh Students Study Bees and Honey for A Sweet New Year

Yavneh Gan students were “abuzz” this week as they culminated a week-long unit on bees with a bee celebration! They

The Humble Toast Sportstar of the Week: Liora Afilalo

The Humble Toast Sportstar of the Week: Liora Afilalo

The Jewish Link and The Humble Toast would like to recognize Liora Afilalo as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The

Teaneck TBO 10U Baseball Jumps Out to a 2-0 Start

Teaneck TBO 10U Baseball Jumps Out to a 2-0 Start

The fireworks for Teaneck Day started early as the Teaneck TBO 10U baseball defeated Tenafly 17-7 in their second game of the Northeast

Ma’ayanot Volleyball Heads To Rutgers

Ma’ayanot Volleyball Heads To Rutgers

Ma’ayanot volleyball teams, JV, varsity and varsity B headed to Rutgers this week to watch the Rutgers team face off against Brooklyn

Welcome to The Jewish Link's Fall Food & Drink Guide

Welcome to The Jewish Link's Fall Food & Drink Guide

The start of fall brings us back to school and throws us right into the chagim, arguably the busiest time of the year for many. We hope this

Make Fall Entertaining, Warm, Cozy and Colorful

Make Fall Entertaining, Warm, Cozy and Colorful

Show-stopper recipes to make in advance for easier hosting. Whether you’re

Warming Meals for Cooler Weather

Warming Meals for Cooler Weather

New wine pairings to go with old family recipes.

An Open Letter to Parents And Teens: Social Media Impacts Our Identities

An Open Letter to Parents And Teens: Social Media Impacts Our Identities

Here’s the pitch: This is hard for me to do. I know a fair amount about building

Sparks of Boredom

Sparks of Boredom

Over the past few weeks, I’ve tried to pay attention to the habits of fellow daveners in a number of shuls I’ve attended. I don’t claim

Pause Before Posting

Pause Before Posting

You can write the end of the story yourselves: A student walks out of their first job interview. They were able to answer all of the
Substance abuse and mental health are linked because the psychological effects of
Fear is the first hurdle to overcoming addiction. It’s a powerful emotion that can
Couples in Crisis It is a fundamental premise in hypnotherapy that the brain can
There are many reasons to be proud of the Jewish community in Bergen County. There
You don’t need to have written a book on dealmaking to know that Team Biden is
McCullough’s careless accusation against an American Zionist leader, made without
The only shipwreck survivor washed up on a small, deserted island. Every day he
Of all the holidays we celebrate over the course of the year I sense that one Yom
As the end of the Jewish year approaches, this is a time to reflect and think about
(Courtesy of Infinity Labs) Aliyah is an amazing, life-changing venture. Employment
Of all the questions I get asked about investing, one of the most
Vilfredo Pareto: Who was he? Quasimodo might respond with, “The name rings a
Last week, we discussed the origins of the Halsted radical mastectomy and its
In a few weeks, Project Extreme will officially launch Allan’s House in
With September being National Recovery Month, it proved to be the perfect time
(JNS) Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid met with Jordanian King Abdullah II on the
(JNS) The population of Israel is just over 9.5 million people ahead of Rosh
(JNS) A New York City resident was arraigned on Sept. 15 before a Queens Criminal
Sign up now!