(Courtesy of Kaplen JCC) For the 18th year in a row, JCC family and friends gathered on a perfect summer day to take part in the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades’ “Play Fore! the Kids,” which supports programming for children who are differently abled.
(Courtesy of NORPAC) On a recent morning, Tammy and Moshe Greenberg hosted a NORPAC event in support of Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ) at their home in Teaneck. Lance serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and he is vice chair of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade. His district is just west of
Rabbi Chananya Kanner is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to assist Jewish patients with all their religious needs. Alaris Health Chateau, Sub Acute Rehab, located at 96 Parkway, Rochelle Park, New Jersey, is renowned for its excellent, high level and caring professional staff who go “the extra mile” to help all
Prepare for Rosh Hashanah with these upcoming Lamdeinu lectures. Rabbi Hayyim Angel will speak on the uncertainty principle in the Books of Yonah and Yoel on Wed., Sept. 5, at 1 p.m., followed by Rabbi Tzvi Sinensky with a discussion on the untold history of Kol Nidrei that evening at 8:15 pm. The next evening,
The Thurnauer School of Music and Forte Piano of Paramus are pleased to announce the 13th annual Labor Day Piano Sale, to be held Friday, August 31, and Sunday, September 2, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Monday, September 3, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., in the Taub Auditorium of the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades, 411 East Clinton Ave., Tenafly.
The Don Glaser Jazz Trio will be performing at Jules Bistro on September 6 and October 11 from 7:30 until 10:30. The club is located at 65 St Marks Place, New York, NY 10003; the phone number is 212-447-5560. He will perform with Peter Traunmueller on drums and Nate Brown on bass.
The trio can be viewed on YouTube by Googling “Don Glaser Jazz Trio Live at the
(Courtesy of Ezras Torah, part II) Once, an American rabbi visiting Tzfat was stopped by a wizened old Jew. “Send regards to my father in America!” said the old man emotionally. “Your father?” asked the rabbi in bewilderment. The man was surely old enough to be a grandfather; how could he have a father living in America?
The Fair Lawn eruv was expanded earlier this summer.
It’s easy to take an eruv for granted—kind of like there being a minyan at your local minyan factory or leftover cholent—yet living without or outside of an eruv makes Shabbat and Yom Tov more challenging in countless
When calls come in to the dispatchers at “93Queen” in Boro Park, Brooklyn, trained female EMTs jump into action by driving or being driven to the source of the call to meet up with ambulances sent out to meet them by Midwood Ambulance or FDNY. These female EMTs, part of the Ezras Nashim team, are
(Courtesy of NORPAC) On Monday, July 30, Arthur Sinensky, Bob Cook and Hal Messer co-hosted an event with NORPAC in support of Congressman Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood. Serving his first term in Congress, Gottheimer’s district encompasses portions of Bergen, Passaic, Sussex and Warren
(Courtesy of OHEL) The Annual Nine Days Conference at the Fallsview Estates Shul in the Catskills was sponsored by the United Task Force and cosponsored by OHEL Children’s Home, Torah Umesorah and MASK. This year we welcomed Dr. David Pelcovitz, who gave a talk called “Is Giving Our Children Everything Really Giving Them