The coronavirus pandemic has impacted just about every aspect of people’s lives. Leaving the house now means remembering to bring a mask, and people can no longer take part in social gatherings the way they once did. As for shul, many are holding their minyanim outdoors, with indoor minyanim following strict rules so
While no one plans to get sick or hurt, most people will need medical care at some point in their lives. With that in mind, health insurance is important for everyone, acting as a safeguard against high, unexpected medical costs as well as providing preventive care and other essential benefits.
A great headshot is your best calling card in today’s digital world. Getting photographed now is more convenient than ever. David Beyda, a headshot specialist, has just opened a studio in Teaneck, in addition to his studio in Manhattan’s Bryant Park. “It’s much more convenient
There is a common disparity between the price of an offer (selling)and the price of a request (buying) of a monetary pair.
There are two rates, the bid and the offer most commonly known. The selling price is the exchange rate for the fundamental currency, while the purchasing price is the sales
DRINK UP!, a dependable drink delivery service, is excited to announce its new name, complete with expanded delivery locations and more products. Boasting touchless delivery to your front door or garage, DRINK UP! offers comprehensive and fast service for drinks and other popular convenience items.
(Courtesy of Sit-Safe) COVID has changed the world, and everyday life has been turned upside down. From work to pleasure, from business to family visits. We are living in a new world. Everyone is facing these new changes.
Social distancing has proven to be an effective preventive measure to slow the
For those of us who yearn to be in Israel, as I do, there is a new website that will take us each week on an engaging, enjoyable and inspiring visit. The site is called www.Israelisbeautiful.com and was created by a dear friend and tour guide par excellence, someone whom many of us know personally, Peter Abelow.
Multiple Jewish sources teach us that mitzvah is associated with the word tzavta, i.e., connection. Tzavar, Hebrew for neck, has similar etymology—unsurprising, since it connects the head and the body, and tzevet denotes a team of people who are connected.
Below is the essence of a message I just
Every good speaker often begins a speech with a funny story or an “ice breaker.” These are called “attention grabbers” and the idea is for the speaker to captivate the audiences’ attention so that folks will listen to the boring speech. Sometimes the opening is funny, and the speaker achieves his/her goal; oftentimes a
Yes, you can have a beautiful, socially distant, low stress outdoor wedding or bar/bat mitzvah that is not in your backyard. Space Events, a full-service catering venue in Englewood, has turned its large paved parking lot into a simcha paradise, with a spacious 40 x 60-foot tent that can hold up to 120
As these past months in quarantine draw to a close, and people begin returning to shul, school and work, we are reminded that even during these difficult times, some things remain the same. As the fall approaches amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with restrictions beginning to be lifted, the Jewish community is preparing to welcome the
When the Englewood-based Korman brothers, Ari and Josh, started Cinch five years ago, never could they have imagined the direction their business would take in 2020. When they first launched, the business model was simple: provide a great selection of bulk-sized groceries from favorite warehouse-club stores at