Bergenfield—The events of Roswell, New Mexico, have long been debated in the science fiction world. Where some view it as science, others assert that it is fiction. Frisch sophomore Judah Mantell is not concerned about whether it is true or not. “I’ve always been fascinated by science fiction, and especially the
Serving in the IDF is a privileged obligation. With these moving words reverberating in their heads, Akiva Pudell and five additional New Jersey lone soldiers were inducted into the IDF as members of the Netzach Yehuda division just before Rosh Hashanah. The ceremony was held in the national park in Beit
On Monday, November 14, as in past years, women are invited to come celebrate a unique force in our community that unites everyone. For the past seven years, women have looked forward to this evening as a chance to come together, socialize with their friends, and be inspired: all in support of the Teaneck Mikvah
Voting can feel like a waste of time, especially this year, if you focus only on the presidential race, but it’s not. It’s crucial for our community to make our voices matter and to impact the issues that can most directly affect our daily lives. “Many people don’t understand why we need to make the effort to vote
Thirteen years can pass in an instant. Think about your children and how quickly they seemed to go from infancy to b’nai mitzvah age. As the big day approaches, parents often post on Facebook, “Celebrating so-and-so’s bar/bat mitzvah. Where did the time go?”
Yaakov Zahtz (R), son of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun’s Rabbi Ari Zahtz, made his debut appearance on guitar in the sukkah of Teaneck’s Bennett & Tammi Schachter at a beautiful kumzitz and siyum that took place this past Motzei Shabbat. To the left of Yaakov Zahtz are Jewish music stars Ari Boiangu, Simcha Leiner (with
On Sunday, November 6, at 8 p.m., Cong. Rinat Yisrael Adult Education will present Dr. Efraim Zuroff and Ruta Vanagaite speaking on “Traveling With My Enemy: Combating Holocaust Distortion in Eastern Europe.”
The widespread movement in Eastern Europe to rewrite the narrative of the Shoah seeks to
For the 33rd year, the TCS New York City Marathon, to be held on November 6, will feature morning services at the Fort Wadsworth staging ground for the many Jewish runners expected to compete in the 46th edition of this world-famous road race.
The International Minyan for New York
Teaneck—Black Box Studios proudly presents a new production of the London and Broadway hit musical Blood Brothers, with book, music and lyrics by Willy Russell. It is directed by Black Box Performing Arts Center’s artistic director Matt Okin with musical direction by resident musical director Huey Esquire.