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Relax With Sperling Dermatology Mobile S…

You’ve heard of pizza parties, ice cream parties and make-your-own-something parties. Here’s a truly refreshing idea: Host a relaxing, invigorating and one-of-a-kind spa party at your

Gotthheimer, House Homeland Security Com…

On Monday, October 3, members of the House Homeland Security Committee, including Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5), hosted a congressional hearing in Teaneck on countering violent extremism

Israel, Lebanon Close to Deal

The maritime border agreement with Lebanon will maintain the Israeli security line in territorial waters; the US and France will be the guarantors. Israel will receive royalties

Teaneck Deputy Mayor Elie Katz Runs for …

“I’m not interested in politics; I’m interested in Teaneck,” Deputy Mayor Elie Katz shared. After serving nearly 25 years on Teaneck Council, Katz is running

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Tech Awareness Yom Iyun Connects Middle Schoolers

Tech Awareness Yom Iyun Connects Middle Schoolers

On September 28, Tzom Gedaliah, seventh- and eighth-graders from Ben Porat Yosef, RYNJ,

Teaneck’s Dr. Reuben Gross Donates Ambucycles to United Hatzalah of Israel

Teaneck’s Dr. Reuben Gross Donates Ambucycles to United Hatzalah of Israel

Donation made in memory of his beloved wife and in honor of their children and grandchildren.

Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Screens ‘Amen-Amen-Amen’

Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Screens ‘Amen-Amen-Amen’

(Courtesy of Kaplen JCC on the Palisades) The JCC’s adult department is hosting a screening of the 2021 film “Amen-Amen-Amen: A Story for

Yad Leah and YIOT Partner for Chesed

Yad Leah and YIOT Partner for Chesed

(Courtesy of YIOT) Young Israel of Teaneck, in partnership with Yad Leah, held a successful and meaningful Aseret Yemei Teshuva
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Yavneh ECD Students Prepare for Sukkot

Yavneh ECD Students Prepare for Sukkot

In advance of Sukkot, Yavneh Academy’s gan students visited the Yavneh “sukkah.” While learning about Simchat Torah,

RYNJ MSG Take Tashlich Hike

RYNJ MSG Take Tashlich Hike

RYNJ middle school girls hiked up the picturesque trail at the Ramapo Valley Nature Reserve. They said Tashlich at the

Something Is Fishy at Cheder Yaldei Menachem

Something Is Fishy at Cheder Yaldei Menachem

There is definitely something fishy going on at Cheder Yaldei Menachem! As it is customary this time of year to go to a stream of

Chanan Liss: Bringing Ball Hockey Back

Chanan Liss: Bringing Ball Hockey Back

Most of us who play sports in high school do not expect to continue playing our sport on a competitive level after

The Humble Toast Sportstar of the Week: Max Mauskopf

The Humble Toast Sportstar of the Week: Max Mauskopf

The Jewish Link and The Humble Toast would like to recognize Max Mauskopf as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Chabad of

Novak Djokovic Wins Tel Aviv Tournament for 89th Title

Novak Djokovic Wins Tel Aviv Tournament for 89th Title

The Serbian master was competing in his first singles competition since winning his seventh Wimbledon title in July.

The Tabernacle Experience

The Tabernacle Experience

Some restaurants are just restaurants. You sit

Twin Suns Releases Two Versions of Old Vine Zinfandel

Twin Suns Releases Two Versions of Old Vine Zinfandel

In time for Sukkot, Twin Suns has released two robust red wines from Lodi, a growing region in San Joaquin County in the Central

Pouring Joy

Pouring Joy

Sukkot and Simchat Torah are fast approaching, and once again, it is time to stock up on the best and

Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones

Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones

If it wasn’t so frightening, one might be able to recognize the irony in the sight of campus progressives trying so hard to virtue signal that they fall victim to a deep moral

Rutgers AEPi House Hit With Fourth Antisemitic Incident in 18 Months

Rutgers AEPi House Hit With Fourth Antisemitic Incident in 18 Months

The Jewish fraternity on Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus has had a fourth act of antisemitism directed at it over the last 18

Why We Keep the Hadassim Higher Than the Aravot

Why We Keep the Hadassim Higher Than the Aravot

The Rama (Orach Chaim 651:1) famously teaches that we should keep the hadassim above the aravot, but does not offer a reason for this practice. The Mishna Berura (651:12) quotes
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