Sunday, May 20, 2018


Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Presents an Evening With Alan Alda

The Patron of the Arts Program at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades will host its second annual Premier Speaker Event on Sunday, April 15, at 7 p.m., featuring internationally celebrated actor, author, director and science advocate Alan Alda, who will provide an evening of laughter and conversation that focuses on the art of

Michael Wildes Shares Experiences as Longtime Hatzalah EMT

At a recent event in Englewood, Hatzalah and its sister organization, United Rescue, shared its life-saving model of free, volunteer-based, emergency medical services with prompt response time with members of the Englewood community and for the benefit of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. Former mayor of Englewood and 26 year

A Celebration of Israel and Jerusalem for the Ages

The excitement in the air was palpable as a capacity crowd filed into the majestic Terrace on the Park in Flushing, New York, on Thursday night, March 15. Over 700 people representing a broad cross-section of American Jewry converged to celebrate the National Council of Young Israel (NCYI), fete an array of worthy

NORPAC Hosts Congressman Peter Roskam (R-IL) in Teaneck

(Courtesy of NORPAC) On Sunday afternoon, Yael and Rabbi Steven Weil hosted a NORPAC pro-Israel event for Congressman Peter Roskam (R-IL) at their home in Teaneck.

Peter J. Roskam currently serves as the chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy, the chairman of the House

TABC, Keter Torah and Shaarei Orah Host Oneg With MIT Professor Jeremy England

On Shabbat evening, more than 50 people filled the Jachter home for a question and answer session with MIT Professor Jeremy England. Dr. England, a passionate and articulate Orthodox Jew, is a Nobel Prize-track scientist who has developed breakthrough approaches to reconciling Torah with contemporary science. Dr. England, included

NSCY Launches First-Ever Eighth Grade Shabbaton

(Courtesy of NCSY) NJ NCSY successfully ran its first-ever eighth-grade shabbaton. Over 50 eighth graders from yeshiva day schools across New Jersey enjoyed an uplifting Shabbat at Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck. The shabbaton culminated with an awesome snow tubing event on Saturday night.

Ice Cream on Grand Opens for the Season

Uncle Moishy Comes to Teaneck

Katz Kicks off Campaign

(l-r) Teaneck Deputy Mayor and electoral candidate Elie Y. Katz, the other Elie Katz, David Roher and Teaneck Mayor and council candidate Mohammed Hameeduddin at last Thursday’s re-election campaign kickoff event in Teaneck.

Ma’ayanot Juniors Plan ‘March for Our Lives’ in Teaneck This Sunday

Responding to the nationwide gun control marches being held this Saturday, and emphasizing the difficulty of participating due to Shabbat coupled with the importance of taking action, a group of yeshiva high school students has decided to hold their own march, scheduled for this Sunday, March 25.

Organizers Adira Barber and Danit Forman, Ma’ayanot Yeshiva

Summer Career Exploration Internship Focuses on Elder Care Career Opportunities

(Courtesy of Age Friendly Teaneck) As a way to educate and encourage students to consider elder care as a career path, Age Friendly Teaneck (www.agefriendlyteaneck.org) will initiate a four-week Career Exploration Internship for two outstanding and motivated high school juniors or seniors, who are Teaneck residents, in Summer 2018,

Shulamith of Brooklyn to Honor  Sunni Herman at April 22 Dinner

Sunni Herman, a Teaneck resident and the Executive Vice President of the Jewish Home at Rockleigh, is set to be the guest of honor at the upcoming annual Shulamith of Brooklyn dinner on Sunday, April 22 at the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center.

Sunni is a proud and committed