Families spend the nights of the Sedarim enjoying the time together and participating in the various traditions that many of us have inherited from our families.
In our family, we the children would hide the
Looking for places to visit within a 2-3 hour drive from Northern New Jersey? Here are some places that my husband and I have visited over the past years that we enjoyed. Most of these places are appropriate for adults and children ages 8 and above (though I have included a few for the preschool set). Have a great time!!
Friday, my day to veg out, relax, recover from my strenuous week as a teenager living in Englewood. At 3 p.m. I’m buried in my blankets, clad in Superman pajamas and sipping peppermint tea. In walks mom, searching for laundry in my room, or “the war zone” as she calls it. A glance at my bookshelf is the clear indicator that my mother didn’t have enough time in
Jason and Linda have been waiting all year for summer to begin. Unlike most of us, who are bursting with plans for vacation fun in the sun with family and friends, Jason and Linda are preparing for quite a different type of adventure: another round of IVF treatment.
Why summer? Well aside from actually getting a parking spot, which is no small feat these days,
While STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs
have skyrocketed in popularity over just the last few years,
Liberty Science Center (LSC) has been dedicated to bringing the
excitement of science to people of all ages since
it first opened in 1993. The museum always has plenty to see and do, but it is hosting some particularly exciting limited-time
Families with children traveling on EL AL Israel Airlines roundtrip from New York (JFK/Newark) this summer are in for a sky-high treat with the introduction of the airline’s specialized “ELALCHIK” program. During this month and August, 40 select flights on the New York/Tel Aviv route will provide entertaining activities, fun giveaways and take-home memories for
In my work as a clinical therapist, I treat patients who struggle with anxiety and depression, as well as a host of other life stressors such as grief from the loss of a loved one or even loss of employment. Many people find that the period between face-to-face sessions can be very challenging, and they need support to manage their day-today stress and to
Some may not even know what we are talking about when we remember the days of Archie and Edith on “All in the Family.” At this point in all of our lives, while presidential conventions are either taking place or about to take place, we were discussing the fact that Archie Bunker sort of reminds us of Donald Trump. He definitely does not hesitate to say whatever is
As a tech writer for the Jewish Link of New Jersey, I usually pick my subjects from day-to-day tech issues that I encounter from GCG’s clients. Many times I learn more from clients than from anyone else.
Usually I will write my column and ask for the editor and publisher’s feedback. Though on this particular subject I came to the Jewish Link offices and
There has been a lot of talk lately about recent developments with New Jersey’s gas and estate taxes, and I wanted to pass on a quick update for the readers of the Jewish Link.
Let’s start with Estate Tax. As you’ve heard here before, New Jersey has the worst estate tax in the country. Better said, New Jersey’s estate tax exemption amount, i.e.,
According to the Academic Ranking of World Universities for
2015, eight of the top ten universities in the world were in the
US. The propensity for the inclusion of international students into
these pillars of higher learning is, to many Americans
who have benefi tted from acceptance into their programs, a part of what makes these universities so special. A
Mothers love discussing their children’s milestones. “How old was he when he walked?” “What were her first words?” To be honest, if you ask most fathers these questions you probably won’t get such an accurate answer. “I don’t know; he was probably about 1 or 2 when he walked. Definitely less than 3. I remember him being pretty short, so less than 3