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Camp HASC Provides a Needed Respite for Families

Chassidish, Modern Orthodox, yeshivish… Jewish families of all stripes...all together on one campus. Must be some big Jewish unity event! Well...sort of. It’s visiting day at

Dovi Denciger Plans Getaway for Young Men With Special Needs

A member of a Teaneck kollel is hoping to drum up financial support in order to run a fun-filled, week-long summer getaway for a group of

Singer, Composer, Producer Shim Craimer Tunes in to Aliyah

Shim Craimer, 40, whose dulcet tones, fresh face and high energy have secured his place as a sought-after Jewish musical performer nationwide, has sung at hundreds

Camp 613 Starts Nine Days With a Mitzvah

Camp 613 Starts Nine Days With a Mitzvah

Camp 613 Starts Nine Days With a Mitzvah

Camp 613 started the Nine Days on Friday by adding the mitzvah of challah making to their day. After discussing the

Dr. Schnitzel Entertains at Camp Kef

Dr. Schnitzel Entertains at Camp Kef

Dr. Schnitzel Entertains at Camp Kef

Camp 613 started the Nine Days on Friday by adding the mitzvah of challah making to their day. After discussing the

Camp Mesorah Enjoys Visiting Day

Camp Mesorah Enjoys Visiting Day

Camp Mesorah Enjoys Visiting Day

What an incredible visiting day campers and parents shared at Camp Mesorah! Everyone loved seeing their families and

The Value of Baseball

The Value of Baseball

The Value of Baseball

As I boy, I remember heading to sporting events with my father. There were times when we would go with other family members or friends, but

Camp Mesorah Boys Camp Is Ready for Some Football

Camp Mesorah Boys Camp Is Ready for Some Football

Camp Mesorah Boys Camp Is Ready for Some Football

Last week, boys campus participated in MFL (Mesorah Football League). The two younger divisions, nitzotzot and younger nerot, were

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Nate Savitz

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Nate Savitz

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Nate Savitz

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 14-year-old Nate Savitz as this week’s Sportstar of the

ABC Nutrition on Spicing Up to Cool Down Inflammation

ABC Nutrition on Spicing Up to Cool Down Inflammation

ABC Nutrition on Spicing Up to Cool Down Inflammation

Spices should never be underestimated. They can be added to almost any food or drink in some manner, and even the smallest dash can make for

Stunned About Starbucks? Star-K Rep Explains the Change

Stunned About Starbucks? Star-K Rep Explains the Change

Kosher-keeping coffee drinkers shared confusion and dismay on social media last week when a screenshot made the rounds suggesting some of their favorite Starbucks products lost

‘Plant a Flower’ in Front of Dessert Guests

‘Plant a Flower’ in Front of Dessert Guests

‘Plant a Flower’ in Front of Dessert Guests

Typically, when I first place this surprising dessert on the table my guests are slightly shocked and not exactly sure what to make of

On Kiddush Clubs, Dry Shuls and Prohibition

On Kiddush Clubs, Dry Shuls and Prohibition

On Kiddush Clubs, Dry Shuls and Prohibition

Following a provocative and very successful awareness event a few weeks ago, there has been a meaningful uptick in discussion and interest in

A First-Hand Account of Rocket Fire in Sderot

A First-Hand Account of Rocket Fire in Sderot

I am a resident of Edison/Highland Park. I was sent the following story by my daughter, an IDF lone soldier combat medic serving north of Sderot. The author is a young man named

Some Sephardic Jews Wear Tefillin During Shacharit of Tisha B’Av?!

Some Sephardic Jews Wear Tefillin During Shacharit of Tisha B’Av?!

Some Sephardic Jews Wear Tefillin During Shacharit of Tisha B’Av?!

I thought Congregation Shaarei Orah, the Sephardic Congregation of Teaneck, always follows Rav Ovadia Yosef. If so, then why on Tisha B’Av

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(Gil Hoffman/Jpost) The controversial Jewish nation-state bill became Israel’s 14th
There is a plethora of individuals who make it their mission to promote education
(Courtesy of Holy Name Hospital) Chronic wounds affect 6.7 million people in the
(Courtesy of HRH) Hudson Regional Hospital is pleased to welcome Rabbi Colonel
Before Hadassa Bogomilsky headed off to camp in Montreal, we spent a fun-filled
Vacation season is upon us and I’ve learned one major truth as a parent: When your
This month’s article was written by Rabbi Igael Gurin-Malous, director of
In years past, one might have thought that having an automated smart home was
Looking to celebrate a family occasion; commemorate a personal simcha; run a
Summer is a time to enjoy some changes to one’s look, and makeup is no
I would suggest that the benefits of an open house is one that gets debated most
For those of you who may be considering selling your home on your own, it is
OK, we finally got there! Endured the cooler May season leading to summer months of
The attack on Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court is the latest instance
Who could have anything bad to say about an organization with so lofty a title as
Emotional responses to separating parents and children at the border provide a