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Moriah Welcomes New Leadership

Exciting developments are on the horizon at The Moriah School of Englewood along with the appointment of a new president and chairman of the board. Moriah

Young Israel of Fort Lee Attracts Young Families and Empty Nesters

People who move to Los Angeles often stay long term, as the weather is beautiful and the kosher restaurants are numerous. However, after three years as

Frisch Dedicates Herschmann-Chouake I-LAB

Yeshivat Frisch is excited to announce the dedication of the Herschmann-Chouake I-LAB (Israel Learning and Advocacy Base), a new space for the school’s Israel advocacy training

Israel Rushes Aid Overseas in Week of Disasters

Israeli humanitarian-aid groups rushed to Florida in the wake of the worst hurricane on record, one which threatened tornados, catastrophic storm surges, strong winds and flooding

Young Israel of Fort Lee Attracts Young Families and Empty Nesters

Young Israel of Fort Lee Attracts Young Families and Empty Nesters

Young Israel of Fort Lee Attracts Young Families and Empty Nesters

People who move to Los Angeles often stay long term, as the weather is beautiful and the kosher restaurants are numerous.

Scenes from Project Yechi’s Annual Barbecue

Scenes from Project Yechi’s Annual Barbecue

Scenes from Project Yechi’s Annual Barbecue

People who move to Los Angeles often stay long term, as the weather is beautiful and the kosher restaurants are numerous.

Upon Aliyah, Englewood’s Rabbi Shmuel Goldin Joins NBN as Senior Scholar

Upon Aliyah, Englewood’s Rabbi Shmuel Goldin Joins NBN as Senior Scholar

Upon Aliyah, Englewood’s Rabbi Shmuel Goldin Joins NBN as Senior Scholar

Rabbi Shmuel Goldin, a beloved figure among Jewish leadership in North America and the spiritual leader over the

Shalom Torah Academy Welcomes Josh Pruzansky

Shalom Torah Academy Welcomes Josh Pruzansky

Shalom Torah Academy Welcomes Josh Pruzansky

Shalom Torah Academy is proud to announce the recent hiring of Josh Pruzansky to serve in the capacity of senior director of institutional

RYNJ Says Shana Tova

RYNJ Says Shana Tova

RYNJ Says Shana Tova

TABC’s Night Seder Begins

TABC’s Night Seder Begins

TABC’s Night Seder Begins

TABC’s night seder is off to a strong start! “V’hagita bo yomam valayla.” TABC’s beit midrash continues to be

Yavneh Students Make Apple Cider

Yavneh Students Make Apple Cider

Yavneh Students Make Apple Cider

In advance of Rosh Hashanah, Yavneh Academy early childhood students learned all about apples while using their

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

MGBL Minute

After an exciting day of practice, the younger two divisions will kick off the season on Sunday,

MVP Records Record Enrollment in Ninth Summer

MVP Records Record Enrollment in Ninth Summer

MVP Records Record Enrollment in Ninth Summer

MVP, the premier Jewish Orthodox boys basketball camp at Camp Seneca Lake, under the direction of Irv Bader and Judah and

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Judah Lowy

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Judah Lowy

Teaneck Doghouse Sportstar of the Week: Judah Lowy

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 11-year-old Judah Lowy as this week’s Sportstar of the

Jezreel: Crazy Israeli Winemaking

Jezreel: Crazy Israeli Winemaking

Jezreel: Crazy Israeli Winemaking

Crazy. Jezreel Valley Winery’s founders are crazy. Tech titans such as Apple’s

You Know It’s All About the Honey, ‘Bout the Honey

You Know It’s All About the Honey, ‘Bout the Honey

You Know It’s All About the Honey, ‘Bout the Honey

Food-wise, Rosh Hashana is practically synonymous with honey. All right, at least for this article it will be.

Pinot Noir: A Fabulous Red for the Fall Festivities

Pinot Noir: A Fabulous Red for the Fall Festivities

Pinot Noir: A Fabulous Red for the Fall Festivities

In the next three weeks we will have 10 days of Yom Tov and Shabbos, including 18 meals with a Kiddush, and that means a lot of wine. It can be

Coming to Terms With my Dementia

Coming to Terms With my Dementia

Coming to Terms With my Dementia

We have been living in Teaneck/Bergenfield for almost five years. We moved in on the day that Hurricane Sandy struck. The truth is, it

A Promise Fulfilled

A Promise Fulfilled

A Promise Fulfilled

Every now and then, it’s time to zone out from what’s happening out there, like civil strife and hurricanes, and focus on something that

Praying for Money

Praying for Money

Praying for Money

We all know that money can’t buy us love, that more money brings more worries, and that winning the lottery often ruins people’s lives.

(JNS.org) The Iranian threat will reportedly be the primary focus of a meeting
(JNS.org) The Trump administration Thursday declared its “strong support” for the
(JNS.org) Facebook has disabled the ability for advertisers to target anti-Semitic
Reviewing: “Alternative Medicine in Halachah,” by Rabbi Rephoel Szmerla, The
Rina was desperate to help her son David. Always anxious and withdrawn, David got
(JNS.org) The Cancer Research Institute, the world’s largest nonprofits dedicated
Hundreds of people from all over Bergen County gathered at the JCC for its
(Courtesy of Noodle Pros) Don’t get stressed out or overwhelmed by the SAT. We have
(Courtesy of Maze Cord Blood) For many soon-to-be parents, the prospect of a new
Orangetheory Fitness is a five-zone, heart-rate monitored, interval fitness
Norman Gildin has dedicated his career to fundraising for non-profit organizations.
[email protected] is busily assisting homeowners in the Bergen County area who can
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year has many stark contrasts to the start of the
To say that Zeevyah Benoff knows Bergen County well would be an understatement.
Those are the sweetest words borrowers can hear when they’re looking forward to
This week, as the year 5777 winds to a close, Yeshiva University inducted Rabbi Dr.
Rabbi Daniel Alter wrote an interesting and intriguing article (September 7, 2017),
Teaneck, circa 2017, stands as the epicenter of a Bergen County Orthodox community