The coronavirus has thrown us all for a loop as almost all regular Pesach programming has been cancelled. At this point, most kids—not to mention their parents—are going stir crazy having spent three weeks in quarantine!
Don’t worry! While their father Dr. Doron Katz has been caring for
Tens of thousands of people joined a virtual concert streamed by Yaakov Shwekey on YouTube. People tuned in from all around the world—Argentina, Israel, the U.S., South Africa, England and more. It was amazing and brought chizuk and joy to so many people.
In the midst of an international lockdown, there’s never been a greater need for an event to lift the community’s spirits.
That’s why at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 5, JW3, the Jewish Community Centre for London, is hosting internationally acclaimed comedian Ashley Blaker in a comedy
Although summer and camp still seem far away, Camp Acheinu decided to host a Zoom session to join our campers together while we are all at home. Rabbi Elie Rothberger, our head counselor, told a fascinating story to the campers (and their siblings) which was enjoyed by all. Rabbi Rothberger ended with Pesach
Anecdotal reports and local news coverage indicate that the COVID-19 precautions instituted in the state of New Jersey have had a devastating impact on small businesses. We can presume that this impact would be magnified on businesses that serve observant Jewish customers and/or are owned by observant Jews, as
On Sunday, March 22, families at Congregation AABJ&D in West Orange held an at-home “scavenger hunt.” They were instructed to find their favorite toy and keep it with them for the duration of the hunt. The hunt included activities like “build a tower out of anything you have,” “make a bracha on a
Despite the global pandemic raging around the world, Bris Avrohom is continuing to help families with obtaining shmurah matzah for the holiday of Pesach. Hundreds of pounds of shmurah matzah as well as holiday guides were safely prepared to ship out to hundreds of families all over. Bris Avrohom printed a step-by-step Pesach/Seder
Teaneck resident and Bergen County public information officer Michael Pagan hopes to make history in the upcoming May election as the first Latino to be elected to a council seat. Practically a native, Pagan has been living in Teaneck since he was 10 years old and is a product of the local school system. He believes Teaneck offers
Pesach shopping in the best of times is labor intensive. Now it’s complicated as well. Go to the store and face restrictions on entering? Get a delivery and hope you get your complete order? We are fortunate to have several general and kosher supermarkets in our area and they’re trying the best they can to
Teaneck’s Rabbi Sam Frankel will be presenting with Congregation Beth Aaron on Zoom a presentation entitled ‘Why Do We Repeat the Shemonah Esrei? Didn’t Hashem Hear us the First Time? How Mindfulness Impacts Prayer and How Praying Impacts Our Minds’. The presentation is scheduled for Tuesday evening, March 31st at 8:00 pm.
British funny man Ashley Blaker is offering a little entertainment for people who are stuck at home due to social distancing and quarantine by uploading “Strictly Unorthodox,” his first Off-Broadway show, for people to watch for free on YouTube.
“I am sure many are in self-isolation and would fancy
Gerald “Pateesh” Freedman is currently in his sixth term on the Hillside Township Council. His 21 years on the council span several mayors, an uprising in government from the commission format to the Faulkner format and includes a two-year run as council president.