The wheels on the bus go round and round.But what happens if those wheels are steered in the wrong direction, or if one of those wheels stops working when bringing children to or from school? After a bus transporting children to Yavneh Academy in Paramus took the wrong route last month, leaving parents anxiously awaiting
Care One at Teaneck hosted A Great Big Challah Bake of their own on Thursday, October 22 with their residents and community members. Assistant Administrator Jessica Hoffman gave a short history on challah and the Shabbat Project and then residents got to work shaping their dough.
On Thursday, October 22, OHEL staff and clients joined thousands of women across the world in preparation for this year’s Global Shabbos Project. A group of women gathered in the home of OHEL Event Coordinator Meital Fishhaut and spent an evening baking challahs in preparation for Shabbat. Chanie, who lives in an OHEL
Once again, the Teaneck International Film Festival, to run November 5-8, 2015, will include films of Jewish interest that will be shown throughout the day on Sunday, November 8, at Teaneck Cinemas, the Puffin Cultural Forum, and Temple Emeth. The complete schedule is online at www.teaneckfilmfestival.org. Tickets may be
21st Rachel’s Children Reclamation Foundation Commemoration on the Yahrzeit of Rachel Imeinu. RCRF distinguished group of honorees posed behind the delicious cake which is donated annually by Presser’s Bakery of Avenue M in Brooklyn.
(left to right) Lila Shleifstein and daughter Esther
Bergenfield—During the Sukkot vacation, and in the weeks following, young ladies in the Bergenfield area found opportunities to involve themselves and their friends in community activities. On Sunday October 18, Elisheva Kelsen and Mali Epstein, two fifth graders at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey, reached
Yeshiva University’s Center for Israel Studies will host an academic conference for all audiences to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s death, on Sunday, November 1, at YU’s Wilf Campus, 500 West 185th Street, New York, NY.
Titled “Yitzhak Rabin: Twenty
Jewish National Fund (JNF) is pleased to announce that Bruce Pomerantz has been named president of the Northern New Jersey Board of Directors. Pomerantz’s appointment comes at a critical time in Israel’s history, when support for Israel is as crucial as ever and JNF’s lay leadership and professional team are diligently
Teaneck—Black Box Studios, which has been providing innovative, collaborative theater workshops and performances for ages five to adult since 2007, is set to open its new performing arts center in the West Englewood section of Teaneck, at 200 Walraven Drive just off Palisade Avenue. The venue will house theater
West Orange—As part of its Jubilee year celebration, Congregation AABJ&D, in conjunction with the Jewish Historical Society of Newark, will be hosting a lecture series detailing the history of the Jewish community in Newark and surrounding Essex county. The first lecture will be held on November 4, when Warren Grover,
B’nai Shalom of West Orange has always been a warm and vibrant home to a growing and ever-changing Jewish community. The synagogue is known for its dynamic rabbi, beautiful and meaningful services and learning groups. B’nai Shalom has, for many years, boasted one of the most spacious catering halls in the surrounding
A new program for babies and toddlers at the Iris Berman Early Childhood Center of Suburban Torah Synagogue in Livingston will combine the best of Mommy & Me and the excellence of the preschool.
Called Babyccino, the class will feature music, movement and science—yes, science—lessons for the youngest