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Teach NJ Helps Schools Tap COVID-19 Funds

While robust discussion and debate on the affordability of yeshiva day schools continues, one thing the COVID-19 era has made clear is that things can always

Harris Is a Centrist Choice for Biden

Heading into the 2020 presidential campaign, centrist Democrats as well as those who are supporters of Israel have good reason to be worried about the future

Yeshivat HaKotel Welcomes Shana Aleph and Bet Students

After weeks of uncertainty, the first American yeshiva students arrived at Ben Gurion Airport last week, ready to quarantine for 14 days as they begin a

A Summer to Remember At Camp Mesorah

If the month of March in 2020 were to be given a one-word description it would be mysterious. As the coronavirus spread throughout the world there

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OU’s Project Community 2020 Delivers a Unique Teen Summer

OU’s Project Community 2020 Delivers a Unique Teen Summer

After most travel, camp and other in-person summer programming were canceled due to COVID-19, Jewish community members

‘Bringing Eruvin to Life’ Helps AllDaf Expand Its Reach

‘Bringing Eruvin to Life’ Helps AllDaf Expand Its Reach

As the worldwide Daf Yomi community prepared to begin Masechta Eruvin this past week, OU’s AllDaf app added new content to its offerings.

Dialogue on Jewish Marriage and Halacha Elicits Insights

Dialogue on Jewish Marriage and Halacha Elicits Insights

It could be the wind-up to a classic joke: What do you get when you bring together a prominent congregational rabbi and Jewish

OU’s Torat Imecha Nach Yomi Celebrates Siyum on Yeshayahu

OU’s Torat Imecha Nach Yomi Celebrates Siyum on Yeshayahu

Torat Imecha’s Nach Yomi Program is dedicated by Eta Brandman Klaristenfeld in memory of her aunt Malka Nussbaum, Malka Esther Bat

Kushner Students Participate in Prestigious AIPAC Saban Fellowship

Kushner Students Participate in Prestigious AIPAC Saban Fellowship

Twice a year, AIPAC hosts the Saban Leadership seminar for more than 400 top student activists to engage in intense political

Camp Gan Izzy Enjoys Six Weeks at Alpine Scout Camp

Camp Gan Izzy Enjoys Six Weeks at Alpine Scout Camp

Camp Gan Israel’s older division, based at Alpine Scout Camp, concluded its six weeks of over 120 campers enjoying daily swimming,

Community Hero Week Is A Blast at Moshava Ba’ir

Community Hero Week Is A Blast at Moshava Ba’ir

During Community Hero Week Moshava Ba’ir welcomed members of United Hatzalah of Israel to present the significance of what they

Ironman in Canada Part 10: Humility

Ironman in Canada Part 10: Humility

I joined Bike4chai in 2016. I feel so proud to be connected to this organization that I wear their gear whenever I bike or run.

SPORTS SCENES

SPORTS SCENES

I joined Bike4chai in 2016. I feel so proud to be connected to this organization that I wear their gear whenever I bike or run.

Shane Brings the Workout to You

Shane Brings the Workout to You

Teaneck’s Elliot Rothschild working out in the Rodda Center parking lot last week in the early morning with his trainer Shane Oran Condappa

Creative Quarantine Recipes, Part Two

Creative Quarantine Recipes, Part Two

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When restaurants closed, and dining at home was “in” once

Creativity With Muffin Tins

Creativity With Muffin Tins

It is really a hot summer, and I was trying to think of creative ways to make and serve food. I took this idea from the online Food &

A History of Jews and Chocolate

A History of Jews and Chocolate

Smooth. Aromatic. Rich. Decadent. Food of the Gods. These are just some of the adjectives used to describe one of the world’s –

Michael Finkel Nominated By President Trump to Be a Director of SIPC

Michael Finkel Nominated By President Trump to Be a Director of SIPC

Teaneck resident Michael J. Finkel has been nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as a director of the Securities Investor Protection

The Root G-D-D and the Prohibition of ‘Lo Titgodidu’

The Root G-D-D and the Prohibition of ‘Lo Titgodidu’

There is a root in Biblical Hebrew גדד. It often appears in the “hitpael” form and means “cut,” i.e., “cut oneself” (self-mutilation). The “hitpael” form

Thoughts on Yeshiva Tuition

Thoughts on Yeshiva Tuition

This article is a short version of an article I wrote in 1994 and have revised several times since then. At the time I was struggling to finance my daughters’ Jewish education
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My struggle with grief began when my dear son of 24 years suddenly passed away from a
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On a recent trip to The Home Depot, I wandered around the store for close to an hour
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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
In my last article, I highlighted the importance of establishing a financial plan in
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As of this writing, the yield on the 10-year US treasury was just shy of.70%. We are
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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