Honoring the legacy of Holocaust child survivor Cecile Holzman Seiden, the Holocaust Council of Greater MetroWest will sponsor the Cecile Seiden Annual Teachers’ Conference on Friday, March 20, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at the Alex Aidekman Family Jewish Community Campus, Whippany.
Seiden, a teacher, school
Englewood--A Torah dedicated at East Hill Synagogue on Shabbos Parshat Vayakhel, March 14, will soon go to a new home at the Chabad Jewish Center of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Dr. Ronald and Diane Strobel, founders and members of East Hill, purchased the Torah to donate to the Center, and dedicated the cover in memory of their
The Jerry Waldor Institute, partnering with the Wexner Foundation, is proud to announce the selection of the next class of Wexner fellows from Greater MetroWest.
Local philanthropists and Federation have partnered with the Wexner Foundation to underwrite the program. Archie Gottesman and Dr. Lynne B
There is a buzz in the air, and excitement, hope, and infinite possibilities for the future. Those living in the New York area are being reminded once again that there is thriving Orthodox Jewish life that exists beyond the boundaries of New York City and its nearby suburbs. It is now no longer guesswork that people will relocate. Planning
Pesach Cooking Demo at TABC
The Parent Council of Torah Academy Of Bergen County is having a special cooking demonstration featuring Liz Alpern, owner of the GEFILTERIA, who is listed in the 2014 Forbes 30 under 30. She will be demonstrating how to make homemade gefilte fish and homemade
Fair Lawn—Gov. Chris Christie’s pre-presidential road show, apparently designed to showcase the “new” Chris Christie, came to Fair Lawn last week. No one was called an idiot, nor was there any harsh language from the chair aimed at a mostly benign crowd.
Some of the 300 people in attendance
New York metropolitan area Ashkenazi Jewish women and men aged 25 and older can now opt to undergo testing for the three common Ashkenazi Jewish BRCA founder mutations at a fraction of the commercial price, thanks to a new, philanthropy-based initiative from the Program for Jewish Genetic Health (PJGH), a not-for-profit
For the past few years, corned beef and pastrami have been engaged in an epic battle between Peking Duck and General Tso to win Teaneck’s Helping Hands Food Pantry annual pre-Passover food collection challenge. We are excited to announce the entry of Gumbo and Smoked Ribs to the competition this year.
Bergenfield—A member of the Biala dynasty is coming to Bergenfield to offer blessings and counsel, comfort and chizuk to the people of New Jersey. He is one of the current descendants of the Pshiskhe dynasty, whose first rebbe was a fourth generation disciple of the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchok Rabinowicz, (the Holy
JEC PTA Launches Annual Fundraiser
With Pesach just around the corner, the Jewish Educational Center’s PTA is launching its annual Paper Goods and Aluminum Fundraiser! It’s a win-win as families can take advantage of discounted disposables and delivery for Pesach, a holiday when
Manhattan—Part-time Teaneck resident Kevin Cohnen, owner of Pitopia, a 10-seat kosher take-out restaurant just south of Times Square, was excited to share the results of his one-night-only pop up restaurant, featuring food by Mexico-City born celebrity chef Katsuji Tanube, of Los Angeles’ Mexikosher.
Congregation AABJ&D in West Orange will be honoring Rabbi Eliezer Zwickler for a decade of service as Senior Rabbi. The Rabbi has long been involved in all aspects of Jewish life, including learning, teaching, kashrut, eruv, mikveh, chesed and Israel advocacy. His wife Sharon is involved in many facets of communal life as well. The