There are many reasons why making Pesach can feel overwhelming this year—kids in Zoom school always underfoot, demands of a job, perhaps a disability or illness. Last year, many people found themselves unexpectedly making Pesach, some for the first time, when the pandemic shut down travel and group meals.
For three generations, Schubin and Isaacs has made its mark in the corporate and not-for-profit legal sector, as well as by its work in the real estate sector, representing many of the largest international and regional banks and residential and commercial buyers and sellers. The firm was founded in 1930 by Benjamin Isaacs, a
About 20 years ago I underwent shoulder surgery. As everyone is prone to do, I asked around: “Where can I find the BEST shoulder surgeon?” After ample research I found the surgeon who virtually wrote the textbook on shoulder surgery. After getting second opinion(s), I utilized this surgeon.
In contemporary political discourse, replete with polarizing rhetoric and questionable media reporting, weaving false narratives is the modus operandi for many talking heads from their bully pulpits. But false narratives are emerging in many other walks of life outside of the political realm. Personally, I find these false narratives
As the trend towards self-care and wellness continues to grow, more people are prioritizing fitness as part of their regular routine. Fitness enthusiasts Shane Condappa and Jaret Howell, who understand the psychology behind exercise, have recently opened Colosseum Fitness in Hackensack, where they are committed to
Brothers Avi and Eliezer Rosenblatt founded FutureEcom, an E-commerce platform, to help mid-size businesses grow. Their platform simplifies the marketing and selling of products online at a much lower cost than their competitors.
Eliezer is a licensed attorney with experience in hi-tech
Drink a l’chaim to the new Mochers Magazine, about to launch its first issue. Mochers celebrates the Jewish men’s lifestyle. Sure, you have your chavrusas, seforim and shiurim. Mochers is here to help you make the best use of your precious free time, with premium content by experts in their fields about the rewards that
By now, it’s hard to remember life before our multiple-times-daily towel/spray bottle encounters. In March 2020, we became accustomed to images of emptied store aisles that once held shelves of bottled bleach and chemical wipes. The sudden need for intense disinfection arose—and has not yet left us—as living with
We’ve all been there: Your lulav suddenly breaks; a mezuzah is needed right away; you lose your tefillin or you need a round raisin challah on Erev Rosh Hashanah. It’s unlikely that Amazon will deliver one to your exact location in under two hours, let alone two days. Luckily, Boca Shuk has you covered.
It is often said that the gabbai in the shul has the most thankless job. He can never win. If he doesn’t give someone an aliya, or doesn’t call upon someone to lead services, or doesn’t remember a yahrzeit, it’s because he wasn’t doing his job. He rarely gets thanked for the grief he endures and yet, amazingly, most shuls have
Workplace productivity is a huge challenge for nearly every company, business and organization. Leaders struggle to get their own work done (and do the RIGHT work,) while also guiding, empowering and motivating their people to achieve maximal productivity. While the projections vary, estimates suggest that businesses worldwide lose hundreds
The ability for investors to easily diversify an equity or bond portfolio has been increasingly simplified over the years. In the 1970s and 1980s, the emergence of mutual funds helped investors gain access to professional management and diversified investment vehicles in one transaction. But over time, “active” mutual funds on