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‘Deliver Together’ Wins Big In ‘Shark Tank’ Competition

Living in the midst of a pandemic, we have been blessed with many new organizations and initiatives that have set out to combat the pervasive fear

Clifton Shul Finally Breaks Ground

The Passaic-Clifton community and local officials gathered—while observing COVID guidelines—this past Sunday to celebrate the start of construction on the new shul and mikvah building in

Healing Our Community: CCSA, Refa'enu Team Up

On Sunday, October 18, Communities Confronting Substance Abuse (CCSA) and Refa'enu: Healing Our Community From Within, two community organizations dedicated to helping members of the frum

American Jewry’s Fateful Hour

Almost all the polls say that U.S. President Donald Trump is heading toward defeat next month at the hands of his Democrat challenger, former Vice President

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Transforming the Art Of Doing a Mitzvah

Transforming the Art Of Doing a Mitzvah

(Courtesy of JFNNJ) When the pandemic forced all in-person gatherings in our community to end, Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey had to reimagine its hallmark community

Da’ehu Montessori Pre-School To Open in September 2021

Da’ehu Montessori Pre-School To Open in September 2021

The Passaic/Clifton and Northern New Jersey Jewish communities will be host to a new Montessori preschool beginning next

Ma’ayanot Awarded $20K Grant for ‘Personalizing Torah’

Ma’ayanot Awarded $20K Grant for ‘Personalizing Torah’

Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls’ “Personalizing Torah” is a new, research-based and Torah-focused project to expand the

The Historical Framework Of Women in Public Prayer

The Historical Framework Of Women in Public Prayer

While it may seem that the issue of a woman’s presence at synagogue services has only become an issue in recent times, it has actually been

Frisch Athletics Adapts and Thrives

Frisch Athletics Adapts and Thrives

This past Sunday, Yeshivat Frisch had its first full Sunday of athletics this year—what a great feeling! When schools went into

Micah Kaufman Speaks At Kick-off of Naaleh Chesed Program

Micah Kaufman Speaks At Kick-off of Naaleh Chesed Program

Naaleh students had the unbelievable privilege to hear from Micah Kaufman, who shared powerful messages about the centrality of chesed in our

Yeshivat Noam Sixth Grade Scientists Displace Water While Measuring Volume

Yeshivat Noam Sixth Grade Scientists Displace Water While Measuring Volume

Mrs. Shteingart’s sixth grade boys classes were challenged to match the brilliance of Archimedes and uncover how to

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The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Emme Wallach

The Drink Up Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Emme Wallach

The Jewish Link and Drink Up would like to recognize Emme Wallach as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The fifth grader at the

Back on Track: TBO Bounces Back for Clean(er) 8-1 Win Over Saddle Brook

Back on Track: TBO Bounces Back for Clean(er) 8-1 Win Over Saddle Brook

Focus can make all the difference. Great pitching doesn’t hurt either.

Coming off of a painful loss

Jump Into Shape Jumps for Kosher Troops

Jump Into Shape Jumps for Kosher Troops

(Courtesy of Jump Into Shape) On Sunday night, October 4, Jump Into Shape (www.jumpintoshape.fun) raised $1,150 for Kosher Troops (

Teen Entrepreneur Starts CO2 Soda Business

Teen Entrepreneur Starts CO2 Soda Business

An unintended side effect of the current stay-at-home orders and social-distancing regulations is the abundance of free time many people seem

Life in a Bubble Is Warm and Relaxed at Lazy Bean Cafe

Life in a Bubble Is Warm and Relaxed at Lazy Bean Cafe

Lazy Bean Cafe is not going to let cold weather spoil your fun. The tables that have sprung up in front of the café are

STAR-K Kosher Certification Looks Ahead to Continued Growth in the UAE

STAR-K Kosher Certification Looks Ahead to Continued Growth in the UAE

(Courtesy of Star-K) The historic “Abraham Accord” peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has not

Farrakhan, Hitler and The New York Times

Farrakhan, Hitler and The New York Times

The New York Times is under fire for publishing an article about one of the world’s most notorious anti-Semites, without any mention of his anti-Semitism. Sadly, it’s not the

Paterson Shul Celebrates Sukkot

Paterson Shul Celebrates Sukkot

(Courtesy of Paterson Shul) Aaron Cohen (l) and Roma Fish (r), residents of Senior Towers of Paterson and members of the Paterson Shul are

Destruction and Construction

Destruction and Construction

Parshat Noach

There are times when, upon reading or hearing the haftarah, we assume that there is no reason to wonder about its connection to

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The beginning of the pandemic was terrifying. As a volunteer EMT in Bergenfield, I