Saturday, March 25, 2023


A Demon Takes on Borough Park in ‘The Offering’

Written by Hank Hoffman, “The Offering” is a studio-level commercial horror film set in the Hasidic enclave of Borough Park. The film centers around Arthur, a prodigal son married to a non-Jewish woman, who returns home to make amends with his father, the owner of a Jewish funeral home. Unbeknownst to all involved, a


Visit the Historical Sites and Synagogues in Tzfat

According to archaeologists, the Jewish history of Tzfat dates back over 2,000 years. And according to archaeologists, Tzfat is the only location in Israel that has had an almost uninterrupted Jewish presence since the time of the Maccabees. Some of the most illustrious scholars of


Getting the Most From Rewards

Editor's note: We welcome Atara Mauskopf, who has for years been optimizing rewards programs for travel opportunities. We look forward to her insights.

In need of a vacation but don’t have the resources to pay for an extravagant island getaway as seen on social media? Wondering how they can afford


Chapter 13

Chapter 12 Summary:Ilana meets with the head of her graduate program and agrees to his conditions for acceptance, despite being uncomfortable with the program’s liberal values. Yaffa convinces her mother to hire an aide, and Gail agrees for Yaffa to speak to their accountant about their finances.



‘Once We Were Home’ Examines Children’s Search for Self After the War

Review: “Once We Were Home” by Jennifer Rosner. Flatiron Books. 2023. English. Hardcover. 288 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1250855541.

Jennifer Rosner and I first met on a Zoom in October 2020 when I interviewed her about her wonderfully well-received debut novel, “The Yellow


‘Living Chessed’ Brings Chesed Into Our Everyday Lives

Excerpting: “Living Chessed,” By Avrohom Asher Makovsky. Mesorah Publications Ltd. 2023. Hardcover. 343 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1422632864.

(Courtesy of Artscroll) Chesed. It’s in your hands. (And in your smile. And mouth. And feet. And in countless other ways.) From the


Official Biography of Eli Beer, Founder of United Hatzalah of Israel, to Be Released March 16

Reviewing: “90 Seconds: The Epic Story of Eli Beer and United Hatzalah” by Rabbi Nachman Seltzer. Mesorah Publications Ltd. 2023. Hardcover. 499 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1422633076.

(Courtesy of United Hatzalah) The official biography of Eli Beer, founder and president


How to Unclog a Kitchen Sink That Keeps Backing Up, Based on Recent Experience

If you’re a homeowner, chances are that at some point your sink will back up, and your spouse will ask you to look at it. Because you’re not calling a plumber every time there’s a backup, or he’ll be living in your house.

Wait until one evening when you have a couple of minutes. Do this at a time


Jewish Link Memes Of The Week

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 Kids Need Sugar to Live

Dear Shayna B.,

My school snacks are so embarrassing. My parents only buy healthy food because they say it’s “good for me.” Yuck! I’m done with celery. What can I do to get my parents to buy snacks kids want?

Rice Cake Roni


Parshat Ki Tisa

Hi! There’s really no fooling you folks, is there? There I was being all clever and all with the 2x2 Rubik’s Cube, but you got it! It had 12 faces, as did the choshen, featured in last week’s parsha.

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