If we thought from afar that the issue of racial tension is a product of Baltimore, Ferguson, Mo. or other American cities, the conundrum has hit close to home.
Or in this case it’s more accurate to say it’s hit close to homeland.
Last week the State of Israel
His well-known modesty would probably cause him a slight bit of embarrassment by our words.
On Monday, the Religious Zionist/Modern Orthodox worldwide community lost one of its true gedolim.
Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, 81, died last Monday. He is
We know that the discussion of the day within our community often puts the focus on our differences. One person may see himself as a “Modern” Orthodox Jew. Another is loving his newfound Neo-Chassidish inner self. Still others are Yeshivish and see the world in their way.
But we’d like to
It’s that time of the year when many members of our family are counting the days until Passover. With that for some comes the planning, shopping, the inviting and ah yes, the cleaning.
It’s probably good to own a car wash with high-powered vacuum cleaners around now. Many of us will work to find that
As part of The Jewish Link’s continually growing offerings to our advertisers, partners, and community, we’re proud to introduce our new Custom Publishing endeavor.
Content marketing and custom publishing are two of the fastest growing marketing fields for smart businesses and non-profits. With our
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, a Yeshiva University alum, noted author and speaker will be the scholar-in-residence of a truly remarkable event scheduled for this Shabbat in Stamford, CT.
The United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien in collaboration with the Stamford Board of Rabbis
Young Israel of New Rochelle recently hosted its 48th Annual Dinner with record breaking attendance that included shul members, family, friends, and community dignitaries. The event, chaired by Jenny Sokol and Nomi Smilchensky, featured Guests of Honor Haina Just-Michael and Bernie Michael, as well as Aura and Dan
The Universal Pre-K program introduced by Mayor Bill de Blasio earlier this year has been historic in many ways and certainly represents a tremendous opportunity for early childhood education in New York City. But once it was implemented, it eventually became clear that the Orthodox community wouldn’t benefit as much as had been hoped due
Feb 20, 2015
A controversial topic in the news is whether or not Prime Minister Netanyahu should give his planned speech to Congress.
It is important to first acknowledge how far we have come in limiting Iran economically. The Iranian currency has plummeted, their
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Once every four to eight years Jews in the Diaspora have the opportunity to vote for the future directions and programs of the World Zionist Organization (WZO) and the Jewish Agency. The WZO determines the structure of the Jewish Agency, the
It is with great pride and joy that we present the first edition of our new free bi-weekly community newspaper, The Jewish Link of The Bronx, Westchester & Connecticut (aka The Jewish Link or JLBWC, modeled after the successful Jewish Link of New Jersey).
The primary mission of The
When we think back over our lives and choose our personal highlight clips, there are a few usual suspects in that list of top-ten web gems. These include weddings, births, graduations, etc. Allow me a comment about graduations. As a teacher and parent I go to a lot of graduations. They are not usually my favorite events. All too