Thursday, September 19, 2019


Congregation Beth Abraham to Host Rabbi Aryeh Lebowitz

On Shabbat Matot-Masei, August 3, Congregation Beth Abraham will host Rabbi Aryeh Lebowitz as scholar in residence. There will be numerous opportunities to learn from Rabbi Lebowitz over the Shabbat.

Friday Night: 7 p.m. Mincha (Main Shul) – D’var Halacha

Congregation Beth Aaron Hosts Blood Drive

The biggest act of chesed is to donate anonymously. A simple way of helping someone that could actually sustain a person’s life is to donate blood. Congregation Beth Aaron, located at 950 Queen Anne Road in Teaneck, is hosting a blood drive on Sunday, July 28, from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. in the social

Teaneck Police Charge Water Gun Shooters With Harassment

Last Friday, Matthew A. Davis, 21, of Teaneck, Michael A. Davis, 23, of Teaneck and Tyrell N. Culver, 21, of Teaneck, were arrested. Each was charged with two counts of harassment, stemming from their shooting water guns at two Jewish men departing their synagogue after Friday evening services. The perpetrators squirted water from

OU Hosts Record 2,500 NCSY Summer Program Participants in Israel

(Courtesy of Orthodox Union) More than 2,500 Jewish teens, staff and guests from 29 states, Canada, Israel, Argentina and the United Kingdom participating in summer programs operated by the Orthodox Union (OU) converged on Park Ra’anana to nibble on American barbecue and rock to live musical performances at Yom

Mesorah Yachad Runs the Chani Rubin Run

(Courtesy of OU Yachad) On Wednesday, July 17, over 1,000 campers and staff members participated in the dedication of The Chani Rubin, z”l, Mesorah Yachad Annual 5k run. After a meaningful program, with words of chizuk from the Rubin family and Camp Mesorah’s Director Rabbi Ari and Deena Katz, the entire camp joined

Memories of New Milford’s Once-Thriving Jewish Community

A piece of Jewish history was unveiled when a time capsule buried in 1965 was found on the grounds of the former New Milford Jewish Center (NMJC)/Congregation Beth Tikvah. It was unearthed by chance, during construction by a church that now owns the property.

Bob Nesoff and Howard Cohn,

It’s Intern Season at The Link

Stay Cool With Bergenfield’s Clinton Car Wash

Even on the hottest days of the year, the staff at Clinton Car Wash go above and beyond cleaning cars of summer junk. Sand and snacks are not too much for this hard-working crew. Bring these hard workers some cold water when you come to have your car cleaned. You won’t regret it! They’re at the corner of Woodbine and Clinton,

Cooling Off at Lazy Bean Cafe

Linda Gruenbaum, Teaneck native, with her niece Anna Weiser, Englewood native, having a coffee date together in Lazy Bean.

Illuminating Rav Kook on Agadata

Reviewing: “The Legends of Rabbah Bar Bar Hannah with the Commentary of Rabbi Abraham Isaac Hakohen Kook,” by Bezalel Naor. Kodesh Press L.L.C. 2019. English. Hardcover. 354 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1947857117.

When you take one of the most enigmatic agadic pieces in the Talmud and attempt to

Community Mourns Rabbi Reuven Bauman, z”l

On Sunday, the worst fears of the worldwide Jewish community were confirmed when the body of Rabbi Reuven Bauman, z”l, was found about a mile from the North Carolina shore by volunteers from the Jewish search-and-rescue group Misaskim. The 35-year-old rabbi, who grew up in Teaneck, had been a teacher at Yeshiva Toras

Fair Lawn’s Zadies Recovers After Crash

Zadies Bakeshop, located in Fair Lawn, is known for its delectable kosher baked goods and has been a cherished bakery since 2005. Its high-quality recipes, dating back four generations, contain an old-fashioned charm. It was a blow to the community, then, when the beloved Zadies recently suffered cosmetic damages