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Out of the Box Catering Wants to Make Your Event Unforgettable

 

“If it doesn’t look good or taste good, I won’t put it on a platter,” said Yaacov Farbowitz, who started Out of the Box Catering in July. “It’s about elegance and quality.”

With 10 years in the food industry in a variety of roles, Farbowitz decided it was time to

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A Hachnasat Sefer Torah for Hillside’s Kehilas Shevas Achim

Communities within New Jersey, especially Union County, don’t often attract international attention. However, last month was an exception as Kehilas Sheves Achim of Hillside, New Jersey, a new and vibrant shul, marked its first year with a hachnasat sefer Torah celebration, generously donated

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M&H Distillery Launches Apex Series Featuring Small-Batch Specialty Casks

M&H Distillery, Israel’s first whisky distillery, has launched the Apex Series, an ongoing series of small-batch whiskies. For the inaugural release, M&H Distillery has unveiled four expressions from different unique cask types: Pomegranate Wine Cask, Chardonnay White Wine Cask, French Limousin Cognac Cask and Fortified

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Over 160 Future Lone Soldiers Arrive With Nefesh B’Nefesh During Aliyah Summer Peak

(Courtesy of Nefesh B’Nefesh) Twelve future lone soldiers were among the olim who landed this week on a Nefesh B’Nefesh group aliyah flight, in cooperation with the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration, The Jewish Agency for Israel, Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael, JNF-USA and Tzofim-Garin Tzabar. These future

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Over 160 Future Lone Soldiers Arrive With Nefesh B’Nefesh During Aliyah Summer Peak

(Courtesy of Nefesh B’Nefesh) Twelve future lone soldiers were among the olim who landed this week on a Nefesh B’Nefesh group aliyah flight, in cooperation with the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration, The Jewish Agency for Israel, Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael, JNF-USA and Tzofim-Garin Tzabar. These future Lone Soldiers are

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Shomrei Torah Hosts Indoor, Outdoor and Hybrid Events

Congregation Shomrei Torah of Fair Lawn is holding simchas with indoor, outdoor and hybrid configurations to make everyone comfortable. People are making different choices, said Milty Frank, who has been in charge of Shomrei Torah’s simcha rentals since 1983. Indoor events have been allowed since the beginning

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Rena Ray Makes Bat Mitzvah Logo Dreams Come to Life

Rena Ray has many ways to make graphic design work for her customers. She creates invitations and business cards and yearbooks, and has even designed ads for our very own Jewish Link.

With over 15 years of design experience, Ray not only knows how to perfect the image, but also how to

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Fabulous Flowers Make a Simcha Beautiful

Next to the bride, the most beautiful visuals at a wedding are the flowers. And lovely as nature makes them, it’s the florist’s creativity and skill that turn flowers into eye-catching, breathtaking arrangements. That’s where Raphi Heimowitz, creative director of Papaya Events in Clifton, shines. Clients show him

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Stamford’s Hannah Cohen Helps Widows Through FIDF

To mark her bat mitzvah, Hannah Cohen, a student at Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy in Stamford, organized a chesed project with Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) in which families in the Stamford community could buy two bouquets of flowers for $72—one for themselves as a pre-Shavuot gift and one for a widow who had

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Sheva Brachot Dinners Are Booming

Masks are coming off and the doors to normalcy are opening. That’s good news for couples getting married. But with a limited summer calendar and a backlog of rescheduled simchas from pandemic cancellations, vendors are working hard to keep up with the demand. “Everybody wants to party every day and

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Northern Valley Affairs and the Art Factory Team up for Wedding Showcase

If you’re planning a wedding, and looking for a venue that can safely handle many guests with fabulous food and gorgeous decor, get to know Northern Valley Affairs and the Art Factory, 70 Spruce Street in Paterson. To give you a taste of what your simcha can be, you’re invited to a Glatt Kosher COVID Conscious

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Making a Pidyon Ha’Ben: One More Ceremony After the Bris

Gary Rosenberg is in great demand as a baal koreh, someone who reads the weekly Torah portion, in Englewood’s shuls and backyard minyanim. “I was first asked to lain in shul in 1980. As there are 54 parshas, I thought I’d add one a year and complete the Torah by 2030,” he said. “But over time, additional

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