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DeSean Jackson Accepts Auschwitz Invite

Edward Mosberg still remembers watching Amon Göeth, the sadistic commandant of the Plaszow concentration camp in Poland, shoot and beat prisoners. He will never forget seeing

Yad Leah Plans NJ Drive-By Clothing Drive

The six-month interruption in the distribution of clothing and other essentials to the poor communities in Israel through Yad Leah was devastating. In the words of founder

‘Think Good, It Will Be Good’

The Chabad of Hackensack is going high impact, to share a message of positivity with thousands of highway drivers every day: “Think good, it will be

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Bnot Sinai Women’s Beit Midrash to Zoom in August

Bnot Sinai Women’s Beit Midrash to Zoom in August

Devora Chait-Roth and Tamar Beer, founders of Bnot Sinai Women’s Beit Midrash, have announced that the third annual summer beit

Maccabee Ventures and Sy Syms School of Business Partner to Battle COVID-19

Maccabee Ventures and Sy Syms School of Business Partner to Battle COVID-19

(Courtesy of YU) Avidan Rudansky, ‘20 YC, originally majored in biology and was planning to attend medical school and perform scientific research. He had little experience in

Teaneck Entrepreneurs Start ‘Jewish Small Businesses’ Facebook Group

Teaneck Entrepreneurs Start ‘Jewish Small Businesses’ Facebook Group

Local entrepreneurs Deena Buechler Bernstein and her husband Henry Bernstein are at it again. The Teaneck residents, who started

A Gift to Our Community From Shalom Task Force

A Gift to Our Community From Shalom Task Force

(Courtesy of Shalom Task Force) Dealing with COVID-19 has impacted us all in unique and challenging ways. This August, Shalom Task Force will

Camp Gan Izzy Gets Creative

Camp Gan Izzy Gets Creative

Camp Gan Israel’s older division at Alpine Scout Camp finished its fourth week with creative experiences in candy sushi

Gan Yaldenu Tots Has Nursery Rhyme/Fairy Tale Week

Gan Yaldenu Tots Has Nursery Rhyme/Fairy Tale Week

Last week was Nursery Rhyme/Fairy Tale Week at Gan Yaldenu Tots. The kids went over some familiar nursery rhymes like

Anshei Lubavitch Day Camp Is the Coolest

Anshei Lubavitch Day Camp Is the Coolest

Anshei Lubavitch Day Camps are keeping cool in all this heat with waterslides, snow-cones, foam fun, icy experiments, water

Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School Athletic Teams Support Child Victims of Cancer

Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School Athletic Teams Support Child Victims of Cancer

A diagnosis of cancer always comes with challenges and creates life-altering circumstances. But when children suffer from cancer so

SPORTS SCENES

SPORTS SCENES

A diagnosis of cancer always comes with challenges and creates life-altering circumstances. But when children suffer from cancer so

The Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Noah Greenspan

The Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Noah Greenspan

The Jewish Link would like to recognize 13-year-old Noah Greenspan as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The rising eighth grader

Take Time to Wine Down

Take Time to Wine Down

(Courtesy of Wine Down) When Shari Alter of Englewood, the co-owner of a party and event planning company in Israel, realized that all of her

Virtual and In-Person Chocolate-Making Classes at Coco Jolie

Virtual and In-Person Chocolate-Making Classes at Coco Jolie

(Courtesy of Coco Jolie) Coco Jolie Fine Chocolates & Confections has just launched a virtual

Noah’s Ark Offering a $1 Hot Dog Special!

Noah’s Ark Offering a $1 Hot Dog Special!

Beat the dog days of summer with Noah’s Ark’s $1 hot dog special, going on from this Monday, August 3rd through Thursday, August 6th.

Sunscreen Use on Shabbat

Sunscreen Use on Shabbat

With many praying outside on Shabbat, rabbis are frequently asked whether we are permitted to use sunscreen on Shabbat. The issue centers on the topic of memarei’ach.

Speaking From the Heart

Speaking From the Heart

Parshat Va’etchanan/ Shabbat Nachamu

“L’eylah min kol birchata v’shirata, tushb’chata v’nechemata da’amiran b’olma…” The

A Memory for Shabbat Nachamu

A Memory for Shabbat Nachamu

Even after all these years, the summer of 2008 will forever be burned in my mind. What started out as a very happy and enjoyable summer

(JNS) The DNC’s platform committee voted 117-34 to reject adding the word
(Jpost) The bodies of 286 Jewish people, mostly women and children, were found in a
(JNS) The IDF is bracing for an imminent attack from Hezbollah, Channel 12 reported.
Bunions!  When the great toe points toward the other toes. As we have all
Every year I receive what I call an in-pouring of messages around the time of
(Courtesy of St. Mary’s General Hospital) It used to be that all we had to worry
Note from Recovery column editor, Eta Levenson: Eating disorders can be very serious,
A couple of weeks ago, one of my clients hired me to clean out her mother’s
What an exciting day! Friends and family gathered to celebrate the present and the
For many Orthodox Jewish families today, it is a challenge, if not an impossibility,
Doni Krause of William K. Clothing has pivoted his business and is currently selling
No one could have predicted on January 1 what a topsy-tursvy year 2020 would be. The
Shlomo’s Shleppers, a demolition and junk-removal company, was established in 2005
We are a consumption society built around consumerism. For most, checking out cars
(StatePoint) In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, learning about cross-bore is
Is it possible to be an American Jew who proudly and emphatically supports the state
Jews reclaimed a hashtag by writing about anti-Semitism. The problem is how
Several years ago, I was in the supermarket and a gentleman I knew was on his phone