Congregation Ohav Emeth of Highland Park presents Mentalist Marc Garfinkel on Motzei Shabbat, March 11. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 8:30 p.m. Cost for non-OE members is $36 in advance or $40 at the door (includes dessert bar before and after the show).
For the past 15 years,
(Courtesy of YIWP) Singles from throughout the tri-state area will converge on White Plains, New York on Shabbat, March 24-25. Your bashert could be among them.
The Young Orthodox Professionals’ Singles Shabbaton will take place at Young Israel of White Plains, snuggled in the bucolic hills of
(Courtesy of New England Jewish Academy) The New England Jewish Academy, a prek through 12th-grade Orthodox Jewish day school in West Hartford, Connecticut, held a groundbreaking for its new addition on February 15. Local rabbis, community leaders and parents were among those who attended the event.
(Courtesy of JFSCNJ Halpern) Small groups of Holocaust survivors, their caregivers, JFSCNJ volunteers and staff gathered at the Mitzi & Warren Eisenberg Multi-Purpose Center at the JFSCNJ Halpern Building in Elizabeth on February 16 for a program of lunch and entertainment. The Café Europa Program for Holocaust
You might think that the main reason why ArtScroll opened a book and seforim sales hub at the new women’s clothing store The ADdress at the American Dream Mall in East Rutherford, was to provide a diversion for all the men who were waiting for their wives, fiancées, sisters or girlfriends
(Courtesy of Fleetwood Synagogue) Fleetwood Synagogue’s challah bake was a fun, educational and messy affair.
Bakers of all ages worked at individual stations to proof and knead dough and personalize toppings and fillings with raisins, cinnamon, sprinkles and chocolate
Six-year-old Yaakov Israel Paley and 20-year-old Alter Shlomo Lederman were killed in a car-ramming attack in the Ramot neighborhood of Jerusalem last Friday, erev Shabbat. The attacker was
After a three-year hiatus due to COVID, the Discover West Orange Shabbaton is back, and the community could not be any more excited to welcome visitors and prospective residents the Shabbat of March 3-4, Parshat Zachor. The shabbaton is sponsored by Congregations AABJ&D and Ohr Torah.
Rabbi Michael Taubes believes that when one’s rabbinic mentor and posek reaches the age of 80, it is a milestone deserving of celebration. Rabbi Taubes, the rav of Congregation Zichron Mordechai in Teaneck and a rosh yeshiva at Yeshiva University and MTA, has known Rav Hershel Schachter for more than 40 years,
(Courtesy of YU) The Hebrew Bible’s role in American history is not well known. And yet at a time when America’s political scene, as pundits are so keen to proclaim, hasn’t been this fractured since the Civil War, it is a unifying narrative that Americans need more than ever.
The outpouring of sorrow and kavod at the passing of Rav Moshe Kahn, zt”l, and the tributes about his trailblazing commitment to teaching women Gemara and Halacha at the highest level, took up several pages in The Jewish Link this past month. Letters sharing readers’ memories continue to pour in. To honor his life and legacy, Rav