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Tragedy in Meron: A Father's Hesped

Editor’s note: We are grateful to the Morris family for sharing the powerful words they spoke at Donny’s levaya at Yeshivat Sha’alvim, which took place on

Tragedy in Meron: Israel Mourns

After Lag B’Omer night’s celebration turned tragic, with heavy hearts, the Jewish nation began grieving 45 lives lost at Mount Meron, with a national day of

Dr. Shimshon Isseroff USA Chidon HaTanac…

Following shortly after the International Chidon HaTanach held in Israel this past Yom Ha’atzmaut, at which all three of the USA finalists placed within the top

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Dr. Shimshon Isseroff USA Chidon HaTanach Crowns New Winners

Dr. Shimshon Isseroff USA Chidon HaTanach Crowns New Winners

Following shortly after the International Chidon HaTanach held in Israel this past Yom Ha’atzmaut, at

Camp Shalom Seeks New Site After BOE Ends Deal

Camp Shalom Seeks New Site After BOE Ends Deal

With the summer camp season on the horizon, the Teaneck Board of Education recently notified Camp Shalom that it was breaking its two-year agreement to lease Benjamin J. Franklin

YU Hosts Book Launch of ‘The Rabbi of Buchenwald’

YU Hosts Book Launch of ‘The Rabbi of Buchenwald’

Praising the new publication of “The Rabbi of Buchenwald: The Life and Times of Rabbi Herschel Schacter,” Yeshiva University President

OU Launches National Mental Health Awareness Campaign

OU Launches National Mental Health Awareness Campaign

(Courtesy of OU) The Orthodox Union (OU), the nation’s oldest and largest umbrella organization for the North American Orthodox Jewish community, brings together Jewish
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BPY

BPY

Once again BPY students took part in the very special Chana Poupko z”l annual Chesed Day on Lag B’Omer! Students in

Tenafly Chabad Academy

Tenafly Chabad Academy

In honor of Lag B’Omer, all students in grades one to eight at Tenafly Chabad Academy had an absolute blast at the Alpine

Anshei Lubavitch

Anshei Lubavitch

Anshei Lubavitch students had the best time celebrating Lag B’Omer with pretend bonfires, relay races, picnics, S’mores

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Jake Levine

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Jake Levine

The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize Jake Levine as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Levine is an eighth grader at the

TBO Season Continues

TBO Season Continues

The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize Jake Levine as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Levine is an eighth grader at the

Yavneh Youth League Has Exciting Week

Yavneh Youth League Has Exciting Week

The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize Jake Levine as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. Levine is an eighth grader at the

A Refreshing Shavuot

A Refreshing Shavuot

Pesach is also called Chag Ha’aviv, the holiday of spring. However, from a Northern Hemisphere

Hard-to-Find Artisan, Small-Batch Kosher Cheeses

Hard-to-Find Artisan, Small-Batch Kosher Cheeses

As the holiday of Shavuot approaches, it’s always a good opportunity to check out what’s new in the world of kosher

Lasagna for Shavuot

Lasagna for Shavuot

A good friend of mine said she was making lasagna for her daughter and son-in-law since they had just had a new baby and she was trying to help them. That gave me the idea to send

‘We the People’

‘We the People’

Rabbi Sacks, zt’’l, had prepared a full year of Covenant & Conversation for 5781, based on his book Lessons in Leadership.

Nakdimon Ben Gurion and the Six-Day War: Hashem Still Loves Us!

Nakdimon Ben Gurion and the Six-Day War: Hashem Still Loves Us!

Nakdimon ben Gurion triggered a fantastic miracle! The Gemara (Ta’anit 19b-20a) describes how Nakdimon cried out to Hashem in desperate times to demonstrate that Hashem still

An Updated Zionist Vision

An Updated Zionist Vision

Reviewing: “The Zionist Ideas” by Gil Troy. Jewish Publication Society. 2018. English. Paperback. 608 pages. ISBN-13:

(Barak Ravid/axios.com) Jared Kushner is founding an organization called the Abraham
(JNS) The Jewish community in Jerusalem’s French Hill neighborhood was rocked by
(JNS) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a government before
For those who think that the cause of social justice is not merely an element
The past year has been filled with challenges. With each storm cloud there is a
The “tuition crisis.” It’s a well-worn phrase in every Modern Orthodox
There is a great video circulating on social media that sums up the current real
Home buyers should see a silver lining on the horizon as the market trends towards an
(StatePoint) Plant parenthood among Millennials and Gen Z has been on the rise in
A day school teacher once related his challenge of teaching a Hebrew text to young
If you are not in Israel, but need something done in Israel, Tamarim Concierge is
Talking with Deena Ganger, one can’t help but admire the success of her midlife
As the world inches forward towards a post-COVID era, people are becoming
A 41-year-old mother from Lakewood, Chaya Kugler, donated her kidney to a stranger:
As the director of social work and program planning at Jewish Family Service of
Often a client or a friend will ask me to recommend a workman or a service. When I
Picture this: A mom is in a medical office waiting room with both of her children,
Mindfulness has become a passion of mine for several reasons. First, it comes from