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Camp Mesorah Gives Kids Graduation 2.0

For the three months prior to camp opening, Camp Mesorah’s administrative team and staff have done everything possible to give their campers a much-needed summer. It

PUAH Summit Offers Hope

The PUAH Cares virtual conference on July 19 and July 20 brought together over 40 internationally known medical experts, rabbinic authorities and mental health professionals to

What to Teach Your Children About Israel

As if Jewish educators didn’t have enough problems these days, actor Seth Rogen set off a controversy which, along with giving his new Jewish-themed movie undeserved

Isaias Storms Through NJ

Hurricane Isaias caused damage and power outages throughout the state on Tuesday. Thankfully nobody was hurt when a large tree fell on the Caplan home in

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Yad Leah Drive-By Clothing Drive Elicits Massive Response

Yad Leah Drive-By Clothing Drive Elicits Massive Response

(Courtesy of Yad Leah) Over 500 Bergen County families lined up at the Yeshivat He’Atid parking lot to

Just One Life Virtual Event Highlights Organization’s Crucial Work

Just One Life Virtual Event Highlights Organization’s Crucial Work

One of the prime features, or challenges, of a fundraising event in the COVID-19 era is that

Grand & Essex Gives Free Dinner To Those Without Power

Grand & Essex Gives Free Dinner To Those Without Power

Hundreds turned up to Grand & Essex in Bergenfield on Wednesday when the store offered free dinners to all those without power after Hurricane Isaias stormed through

Online Cybersecurity for Healthcare Program Launched by Touro College

Online Cybersecurity for Healthcare Program Launched by Touro College

(Courtesy of Touro College) Touro College will offer a post-bachelor’s certificate in cybersecurity beginning this fall, Touro

Camp Gan Israel’s Specialty Is Summer Fun

Camp Gan Israel’s Specialty Is Summer Fun

Camp Gan Israel of Tenafly’s older division at Alpine Scout Camp continued to show campers a stunning summer experience

‘A Bug’s Life’ Week Is Fun At Gan Yaldenu Tots

‘A Bug’s Life’ Week Is Fun At Gan Yaldenu Tots

Last week was “A Bug’s Life” week at Gan Yaldenu Tots. Over the past few weeks the kids watched the life cycle of a

Summer of Fun Continues At Camp Shalom

Summer of Fun Continues At Camp Shalom

How is it possible that there is only one week left of Camp Shalom? Week five began with an exciting and wacky topsy turvy

Shane Brings the Workout to You

Shane Brings the Workout to You

Teaneck’s Elliot Rothschild working out in the Rodda Center parking lot last week in the early morning with his trainer Shane Oran Condappa

Baseball Is Back in Town And You Can Buy a Seat

Baseball Is Back in Town And You Can Buy a Seat

Great news: professional baseball is back in town and there are seats to be had at great prices. The Rockland Boulders, New Jersey Jackals, and Sussex County Miners are playing in

TBO in Pictures

TBO in Pictures

Great news: professional baseball is back in town and there are seats to be had at great prices. The Rockland Boulders, New Jersey Jackals, and Sussex County Miners are playing in

Learn to Make Special Occasion Cakes With Melissa Alt and Caking Art

Learn to Make Special Occasion Cakes With Melissa Alt and Caking Art

Cakes have always been a focal point of celebrations. Who hasn’t said ‘Happy Birthday’ or ‘Mazel Tov’ with a cake?

From My Kosher Jerusalem Kitchen: Forgiving Salmon

From My Kosher Jerusalem Kitchen: Forgiving Salmon

I love this quote from an article “Salmon and the Jews” by Noah and Rae Bernamoff (October 12, 2012, myjewishlearning.com) “Salmon is

Variation on Slaw for Summer

Variation on Slaw for Summer

Cole slaw comes from the Dutch koolsla, meaning cabbage salad, a term that arose in the 18th century. Adding mayonnaise was

Bedwetting Alarms on Shabbat

Bedwetting Alarms on Shabbat

A friend from Texas recently called about his 8-year-old son’s bedwetting challenge. This is a very common challenge for children of this age. Children are typically very

Appreciating the ‘Bitter’ Along With the Sweet, Part IV

Appreciating the ‘Bitter’ Along With the Sweet, Part IV

A debt of gratitude owed to our rabbinic families.

In the concluding parshiot of Sefer Bamidbar, Matot/Masei, and the introductory parsha of

The Urim and the Tumim

The Urim and the Tumim

The Urim and the Tumim are first mentioned at Ex. 28:30. Unfortunately, there is no description of what they look like or how they were made and operated. The verse reads merely:
(Courtesy of Meromim) When Meromim opens its doors September 1, 2020, parents of
(JNS) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the Lebanon-based terrorist
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On a recent trip to The Home Depot, I wandered around the store for close to an hour
(Courtesy of Englewood Health) The past few months have been especially hard on
What does it mean to have a mental health disorder? And what is it like to live with
Note from Recovery column editor, Eta Levenson: Eating disorders can be very serious,
A couple of weeks ago, one of my clients hired me to clean out her mother’s
What an exciting day! Friends and family gathered to celebrate the present and the
For many Orthodox Jewish families today, it is a challenge, if not an impossibility,
Doni Krause of William K. Clothing has pivoted his business and is currently selling
No one could have predicted on January 1 what a topsy-tursvy year 2020 would be. The
Nope, we are not #1 in the mortgage industry by any stretch of the imagination, yet.
(BPT) When determining the look of your outdoor living space, decking is only
(Courtesy of Links Residential) Bracha has been a resident of Teaneck for nearly
Is it possible to be an American Jew who proudly and emphatically supports the state
Jews reclaimed a hashtag by writing about anti-Semitism. The problem is how
Several years ago, I was in the supermarket and a gentleman I knew was on his phone