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Abraham Accords: The First of Many?

The signing of normalization agreements between Israel and Muslim-majority Sunni Gulf States the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain represents the end of an era of pan-Arab

Teaneck Chef Shalom Yehudiel Competes On ‘Chopped’

Will Shalom Yehudiel of The Humble Toast get chopped? On Tuesday, September 22, at 9 p.m., The Food Network will air an episode of "Chopped", featuring Teaneck

CT Holocaust Survivor Receives HS Diploma

Miriam Schreiber is 88 years old, lives in Hartford, Connecticut, and, as a Holocaust survivor, has had an exceptionally challenging life. With all the experiences she

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$15 Million Raised At First-Ever Virtual FIDF National Gala

$15 Million Raised At First-Ever Virtual FIDF National Gala

(Courtesy of FIDF) Thousands of supporters from across the globe joined Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) in saluting

Camp Shoshanim Retires Girls Sleepaway Program

Camp Shoshanim Retires Girls Sleepaway Program

Camp Shoshanim, an all-girls sleepaway camp that operates under the auspices of NJY Camps, has announced that its program has been canceled.

Bergenfield Public Library Provides Free E-Learning Resources to Residents

Bergenfield Public Library Provides Free E-Learning Resources to Residents

To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the spring, students and their parents adopted an ad hoc virtual learning format, with limited help and

Kinyan Hamasecheta Event Held in Englewood

Kinyan Hamasecheta Event Held in Englewood

Englewood’s Rabbi Zev Reichman and Rabbi Chaim Poupko recently led an inspirational Kinyan Hamasecheta event this past week, along with other

JKHA Students Remember 9/11

JKHA Students Remember 9/11

JKHA middle schoolers began their marking of 9/11 with a morning assembly, led by Principal Mrs. Levenson, to set the tone

WTA Middle School Marks 9/11

WTA Middle School Marks 9/11

On a sunny September morning, not unlike the one that dawned 19 years ago on September 11, 2001, WTA middle school along with their teachers,

Ma’ayanot Commemorates 9/11

Ma’ayanot Commemorates 9/11

Ma’ayanot commemorated 9/11 with a powerful program on Friday that brought the stories of that tragic day closer to home for

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Erin Sheps

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Erin Sheps

Drink Up and The Jewish Link would like to recognize 11-year-old Erin Sheps as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader

Bike4Chai 2020: Part 3

Bike4Chai 2020: Part 3

“Ouch! Will JJ make it?” Was my wife’s question when I texted her the road sign of “The Hill That Would Not End.”

Become a Runner in Only Three Hours a Week

Become a Runner in Only Three Hours a Week

With fall just around the corner, we are about to enter one of two yearly golden stretches for running each year. Now is the perfect time to start running and almost anyone can do

Albarino, Marselan, Sauternes and More: Special Wines Worthy of a Shehecheyanu

Albarino, Marselan, Sauternes and More: Special Wines Worthy of a Shehecheyanu

It is with great relief and joy that we thank Hashem for keeping us in life to reach

‘It’s Raining Tacos’ at Englewood’s Taco 185

‘It’s Raining Tacos’ at Englewood’s Taco 185

Meat lovers, pescatarians and vegetarians alike can certainly find something to love at Taco

STAR-K’s Robust Educational Mission Thrives Despite COVID

STAR-K’s Robust Educational Mission Thrives Despite COVID

STAR-K kosher certification’s educational mission is as robust as ever during COVID, as evidenced by the nonprofit agency’s eclectic

Cancelling 2020? Not So Fast!

Cancelling 2020? Not So Fast!

Can we cancel 2020? Like simply skipping directly to 2021? Will anyone be upset about it?

I have seen many funny memes about 2020. But one

The Birth of the World

The Birth of the World

While there are many themes related to Rosh Hashanah, one of the most powerful and ubiquitous is the theme of having children. This is so integral to the message and nature of the

Remembering on Rosh Hashanah

Remembering on Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah

The two different haftarot that we read on the two separate days of Rosh Hashanah focus upon two different themes of the chag.

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You want more energy. You desire mental clarity. You want to feel great. You want
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Anger is complicated. When an individual feels angry, he tends to express this
The end of the pandemic summer found us scrounging for a quick family vacation before
Yes, you can have a beautiful, socially distant, low stress outdoor wedding
As these past months in quarantine draw to a close, and people begin returning to
When the Englewood-based Korman brothers, Ari and Josh, started Cinch five
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, is one of my favorite holidays. There are
(Courtesy of Ramat Givat Zeev) Ramat Givat Zeev is a luxurious neighborhood that
A client recently inquired how—from an estate-planning perspective—purchasers
Attending the White House signing ceremony on Tuesday of the Abraham Accords—which
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, z”tl, showed the world a Judaism that is hard to
Is it possible to be an American Jew who proudly and emphatically supports the state