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New Teaneck Bergenfield Gemach Provides Interest-Free Loans

In the spirit of a multi-century-old Jewish tradition, a new gemach was created to grant interest-free loans that provide liquidity and relief to our broader community

Be the Match for Nate Geller!

Nate Geller of Teaneck was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at the end of April of this year, and is in desperate need of lifesaving

ArtScroll/Mesorah Now in Rahway

It’s no stretch of the imagination to suggest that nearly everyone reading this article has benefitted from ArtScroll/Mesorah’s attractive, affordable and accessible publications at some point

CareOne at Teaneck Puts Residents First

CareOne at Teaneck Puts Residents First

(Courtesy of CareOne at Teaneck) CareOne at Teaneck offers integrated healthcare services for seniors. It prides itself on its hands-on,

JFCS’s Food Pantry Sees 30% Rise in Requests for Services

JFCS’s Food Pantry Sees 30% Rise in Requests for Services

(Courtesy of JFCS) Over the last few months, the Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey’s (JFCS) food pantry,

Why Attending This Year’s Annual Teaneck Yoetzet Initiative Community Event Might Be More Important Than Ever Before

Why Attending This Year’s Annual Teaneck Yoetzet Initiative Community Event Might Be More Important Than Ever Before

“I think I had COVID but I wasn’t tested. Am I allowed to go to the mikvah?”

“I have a gel manicure and I can’t get it off because

Moving the College Experience Online—Lessons Learned

Moving the College Experience Online—Lessons Learned

(Courtesy of Touro College) Mid-March saw colleges everywhere moving classes online. Marian Stoltz-Loike, dean of Touro’s Lander College

Yavneh Graduates Gather For Yearbook Signing

Yavneh Graduates Gather For Yearbook Signing

On Sunday evening, July 5, Yavneh Academy’s newly graduated eighth graders gathered on the field at Yavneh Academy. They

Yavneh Graduates Gather For Yearbook Signing

Yavneh Graduates Gather For Yearbook Signing

On Sunday evening, July 5, Yavneh Academy’s newly graduated eighth graders gathered on the field at Yavneh Academy. They

Camp Gan Israel Tenafly Older Division Heads to Scout Camp

Camp Gan Israel Tenafly Older Division Heads to Scout Camp

Camp Gan Israel Tenafly’s older division, under the leadership of Lubavitch on the Palisades’ Rabbi Yossi Katz, opened

Ironman in Canada, Part 9: Virtuality

Ironman in Canada, Part 9: Virtuality

I should be 50 days from the Ironman in Canada.

(But the race has been canceled due to

Israeli Professional Soccer Player Joins the Neighborhood

Israeli Professional Soccer Player Joins the Neighborhood

The Jewish Link is excited to welcome Ryan (Reuven) Adeleye and his family to the Englewood community and is eager to explore his

Remembering Basketball Star Marvin Hershkowitz, One of Yeshiva University’s ‘Most Iconic Alumni’

Remembering Basketball Star Marvin Hershkowitz, One of Yeshiva University’s ‘Most Iconic Alumni’

While his former teammates won a national championship in 1950, Hershkowitz studied Torah for several hours a day, while

Barbecue Season Calls for Rich California and Napa Cabernets

Barbecue Season Calls for Rich California and Napa Cabernets

Cabernet Sauvignon is an extremely popular wine pairing for red meats, and the

Klal Yisrael’s Youngest Members Benefit From STAR-K Kashrus

Klal Yisrael’s Youngest Members Benefit From STAR-K Kashrus

The importance of pairing a Jewish nursemaid with a Jewish baby can be found in Parshas Shemos. After baby Moshe was saved from the

Wok 18 Fuses High-End Cantonese Cuisine With Takeout

Wok 18 Fuses High-End Cantonese Cuisine With Takeout

Most American Jews have a general idea of what to expect when they order Chinese takeout. Along with pizza and sushi,

Special Three Weeks Lecture Series Begins on Sunday Night

Special Three Weeks Lecture Series Begins on Sunday Night

(Courtesy of Young Israel of Fort Lee) Rabbis Zev Goldberg, Beni Krohn and Andrew Markowitz have been close friends and

Outrage Without Rage

Outrage Without Rage

It seems that there is anger and rage everywhere we turn these days. Some are angry at those not wearing masks, others outraged that mask

Yirmiyahu and Moshe

Yirmiyahu and Moshe

With this week’s haftarah, we introduce a new function for the weekly prophetic selection. Until this point, the purpose of the haftarah was to strike a theme similar to one
(JL Staff and combined sources) Camp Seneca Lake, located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania,
(Vosizneias and combined sources) This week, a federal judge ruled against the
(JL Staff and combined sources) Ezras Nashim, the first all-female volunteer EMT
In the past four months, COVID-19 has dramatically altered our daily routines, work
It can be uncomfortable to talk to someone who is or who has grieved the loss of a
I’ve come to be known as the “eating disorder” person in a professional
My mother loved the word “potchka.” She would always tell us how something
These are difficult times, and Sam* is especially stressed. He is highly anxious,
Why is there pain and suffering in the world? How can we understand a Halacha or
Part 2 In last week’s column I explained why I believe that market timing as a
Part 2 “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” The origin of this phrase is
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We are indeed living in unprecedented times. Summer vacations and camp experiences
If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Northern or Central New Jersey, Joel
(Courtesy of Pier Village) The Lofts Pier Village is now 75% sold! A limited
Several years ago, I was in the supermarket and a gentleman I knew was on his phone
Ever since she burst onto the national political scene by winning election to the
"Israel has a right to self-defense in the face of indiscriminate violence and