City is the largest city in North America, and countless unique and interesting places are an absolute must-visit when you are out and all set to explore this incredible city.
But – given the size of the city – it might be difficult to experience everything it has to offer if you are there for only a few days. However, if you are planning to move to Mexico,
(Courtesy of Move to Cleveland) Thirty years ago, if you told someone from the East Coast that you were from Cleveland, they would ask you how long it takes to get around on your tractor. These days, they are more likely to ask whether you can get them in touch with a realtor.
No longer the butt of jokes
This month, I had the privilege of joining 35 Touro students from across all our campuses for a
We are halfway through summer vacation, so it is time to think about Sukkot, if you aren’t doing so already. This year, Sukkot is right on time according to the Jewish calendar but is later in the secular calendar than usual. Sukkot begins on Sunday night, October 9th and ends on Tuesday night, October 18th. This means that it might be chilly
Wait. What? We didn’t even go on our summer vacation yet. What about Sukkot and winter break? Do I already need to be thinking about reserving a Passover programfor Pesach 2023? The answer to that is YES!
This might surprise many people but it’s not too early to be
At last after two long years, the borders between Canada and the United States are reopened. Only a six-hour drive to arrive in Quebec, la belle province. There is something for everyone, from couples looking for a romantic escapade, families looking for activities that will please all ages and those just looking for a place to go that has
(Courtesy of TJT) Northern Italy is a very popular kosher vacation destination, with half a dozen kosher hotels in the area. Some of the hotels are open for the summer and some are open for all or part of the year. Some of the kosher hotels host Sukkot programs and Pesach programs. Central and southern Italy are very hot during the
Shimon Keinan is the heart, soul and passion behind Kol Shofar factory, located in Moshav Giv’at Yoav, Golan Heights. Kol Shofar was established in 1998, and this family business is the life’s work and a dream fulfillment for Keinan. “I love looking at a horn in its raw condition and imagining what it would look like
Northern Italy is a very popular kosher vacation destination with half a dozen kosher hotels in the area. Some of the hotels are open for the summer and some are open for all or part of the year. Some of the kosher hotels host Sukkot programsand
Today as we drive on the newly expanded Highway 1 from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, it is difficult for us to imagine that on November 29, 1947, the day after the United Nations Partition Plan enabling the establishment of the Jewish State, this road was impassable. Arab forces blocked the then narrow road and fired on Jewish
(Courtesy of Lebor Tours) Hailed by many as the most amazing place on earth to visit, Iceland has always presented a challenge to religious Jews who were interested in kosher food, minyanim, and a Shabbat atmosphere. Iceland’s Jewish community is very small and the local Chabad opened only shortly