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Yeshivat Noam Brings Graduation Home

Years from now, maybe generations from now, graduates from 2020 will have a lasting bond. Millions of students across the country expected to graduate this year

Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm, z”l

Editor's note: The Jewish Link was saddened to hear of the petira of Rabbi Lamm early this week. Rabbi Fridman provided just one of several appreciations

Beth Aaron Donates Meals To CareOne at Teaneck

Beth Aaron Donates Meals To CareOne at Teaneck

Beth Aaron Donates Meals To CareOne at Teaneck

Teaneck's Cong. Beth Aaron donated 100 meals to healthcare heroes at CareOne at Teaneck. Shul leaders Shuie Klavan and Ari Gononsky are

OHEL Delivers Crisis Response With Compassion

OHEL Delivers Crisis Response With Compassion

OHEL Delivers Crisis Response With Compassion

 (Courtesy of OHEL) As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, individuals of all ages are left feeling isolated, helpless and looking for support like never before. Despite

Teach NJ’s ‘Get Out The Vote’ Campaign Connects the Dots

Teach NJ’s ‘Get Out The Vote’ Campaign Connects the Dots

(Courtesy of Teach NJ) As a result of Teach NJ’s targeted “Get Out the Vote” (GOTV) campaign for last week’s municipal election in Teaneck, voter turnout in the four

OU’s Yachad Runs Virtual Family Week-Long ‘Shabbaton’

OU’s Yachad Runs Virtual Family Week-Long ‘Shabbaton’

OU’s Yachad Runs Virtual Family Week-Long ‘Shabbaton’

(Courtesy of OU) The Orthodox Union’s Yachad, the leading group for individuals with disabilities in the Orthodox

Annual Approved Funding & Jewish Link I Love My House - Kids Art Challenge!

Annual Approved Funding & Jewish Link I Love My House - Kids Art Challenge!

Annual Approved Funding & Jewish Link I Love My House - Kids Art Challenge!

BPY Has Shavuot Siyum and Parade

BPY Has Shavuot Siyum and Parade

BPY Has Shavuot Siyum and Parade

What a fabulous erev Shavuot it was for the BPY family! The day started off with a school-wide siyum. Students and families

The Moriah Middle School Has Color War

The Moriah Middle School Has Color War

The Moriah Middle School Has Color War

Moriah eighth graders were privileged to hear from Moriah parent Jason Gewirtz, in honor of Yom Yerushalayim. As author of

Valley Chabad Hebrew School Graduates Have Successful Year Despite Pandemic

Valley Chabad Hebrew School Graduates Have Successful Year Despite Pandemic

Valley Chabad Hebrew School Graduates Have Successful Year Despite Pandemic

Emilie Cinancio, of River Vale, like just about anyone, never expected this year to turn out the way it did. She was enjoying the weekly

Fifth Grade Tenafly Chabad Academy Plays Bingo

Fifth Grade Tenafly Chabad Academy Plays Bingo

Fifth Grade Tenafly Chabad Academy Plays Bingo

Tenafly Chabad Academy’s fifth graders aren’t letting social distancing interfere with their fun. Students logged into

Anshei Lubavitch Students Are Going Places (Figuratively)

Anshei Lubavitch Students  Are Going Places (Figuratively)

Anshei Lubavitch Students Are Going Places (Figuratively)

Education can take you anywhere and Anshei Lubavitch students are learning all the time! Classes are completing their English letter

It's Date Night! Six Thirteen in Stamford Is Open for Business

It's Date Night! Six Thirteen in Stamford Is Open for Business

It's Date Night! Six Thirteen in Stamford Is Open for Business

Sick of cooking? Ready to move on from Zoom dating? There’s now one kosher restaurant in the entire tri-state area that’s open

Ma’adan Thinks Inside the Kiddush ‘Box’

Ma’adan Thinks Inside the Kiddush ‘Box’

Ma’adan Thinks Inside the Kiddush ‘Box’

While COVID-19 has many local businesses thinking outside the box, Johnny Shore of Ma’adan has been thinking inside the box, The

Mocha Bleu Launches Mocha Bar + Bowl

Mocha Bleu Launches Mocha Bar + Bowl

Mocha Bleu Launches Mocha Bar + Bowl

The reality of being stuck at home with no access to a gym or exercise equipment has left many people feeling unhealthy and out of

Our Legacy to Our Jewish Future: A Zoom Miracle

Our Legacy to Our Jewish Future: A Zoom Miracle

It was a beautiful conclusion to a great Torah learning session. It seemed as if Hashem said, “The rabbi did his part, the students did theirs, and now I will participate as

Shimshon and What Might Have Been

Shimshon and What Might Have Been

Parshat Naso

“The Man Who Could Be King” would make a fitting title for the story of Shimshon HaGibor, a story that begins in the 13th

Don’t Break the Chain

Don’t Break the Chain

I like to think I’m a sensitive person. When I hear someone is having trouble it bothers me. When I see an ambulance I say some Tehillim and I try to daven for others in my
(JNS) A day after his trial began in the Jerusalem District Court, Israeli Prime
The annexation of lands in Judea and Samaria is not contrary to international
Mevo Modi’im (מְבוֹא מוֹדִיעִים) is centrally located in the heart
Many of us, myself included, while sequestered at home have taken up gardening for
It is a confusing time. We live in a world where we are constantly being bombarded
We all have ways of judging or evaluating ourselves. Unless you have engaged in a
I miss working with my clients face to face. I miss the interaction with the
אלו דברים שאדם אוכל פירותיהם בעולם הזה והקרן
This cleaning marathon I’ve been on has me reacquainting myself with a
(Courtesy of Project Ezrah) If you were to ask Warren Buffet this question he would
An interesting byproduct of the coronavirus pandemic has been the 50% surge in
So you’re having a backyard wedding. Nothing to it, right? Like a barbecue,
In 1995, National Homeownership Week began as an initiative of President William
Thoughts that go through my head while I sleep: Are you looking for a home? Are you
(StatePoint) Whether building a home from scratch, doing a complete renovation or
Ever since she burst onto the national political scene by winning election to the
"Israel has a right to self-defense in the face of indiscriminate violence and
Gershon Distenfeld’s “A Viral Opportunity” (April 23, 2020) created a lot of