Saturday, January 20, 2018

George Latimer Elected Westchester Count…

10-01-2018 Hits:135 Community News Judy Berger

After eight years of Republican rule in Westchester County, Democratic New York State Senator George Latimer officially became the ninth county executive on New Year’s Day...

Shalva Gozland Explores Israel at Michle…

10-01-2018 Hits:205 Israel/World JLBWC Staff/Israel

Shalva Gozland is studying at Michlelet Mevaseret Yerushalayim in Jerusalem. She grew up in Riverdale, though her family recently moved to Teaneck. She attended YRSRH (Breuer’s)...

US Ambassador to Israel: PA Support for …

10-01-2018 Hits:137 Israel/World JLNJ Staff and combined sources

U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman stated Wednesday that the reason there is no peace between Israelis and Palestinians is the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) official support...

MTA Lions Win Tier II Championship at Sa…

10-01-2018 Hits:68 Sports Joey Burg, MTA Class of 2019

Last weekend, the MTA varsity basketball Lions had the privilege of participating in the Scott Satran Tournament in Lawrence. Hosted by the Hebrew Academy of the...

JCC Mid Westchester to Host Holocaust Presentation

JCC Mid Westchester to Host Holocaust Presentation

JCC Mid Westchester to Host Holocaust Presentation

The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center and JCC Mid Westchester are

Riverdale Exhibit Shows Life of Youth Under Nazi Occupation

Riverdale Exhibit Shows Life of Youth Under Nazi Occupation

Commemorating the forthcoming International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27, the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale has announced that the exhibit “Through

‘Intimate Voices’ Continues Ninth Season on January 20 at CSAIR

‘Intimate Voices’ Continues Ninth Season on January 20 at CSAIR

Concert features music of the Baroque by Bach, Handel and others.

Stein Yeshiva EC Makes Bereishit Siyum

Stein Yeshiva EC Makes Bereishit Siyum

Stein Yeshiva EC Makes Bereishit Siyum

The children in Stein Yeshiva’s early childhood

Shorashim at WTA Build Fine Motor Skills

Shorashim at WTA Build Fine Motor Skills

Shorashim at WTA Build Fine Motor Skills

If you walked into the Shorashim

‘Kinneret Conversation’ Will Discuss Parental Role in Homework

‘Kinneret Conversation’ Will Discuss Parental Role in Homework

Homework can be a stressful activity in any family. At the same time, constructive homework assignments are an integral part of a child’s education that are

Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Samantha Horowitz

Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Samantha Horowitz

Jewish Link Sportstar of the Week: Samantha Horowitz

The Jewish Link of Bronx, Westchester and Connecticut and Teaneck

MTA Lions Win Tier II Championship at Satran Tournament

MTA Lions Win Tier II Championship at Satran Tournament

MTA Lions Win Tier II Championship at Satran Tournament

Last weekend, the MTA varsity basketball Lions had the privilege of participating

JHSC Chess Team Brings Home National Competition Trophy

JHSC Chess Team Brings Home National Competition Trophy

JHSC Chess Team Brings Home National Competition Trophy

This past weekend, The Jewish High School of Connecticut (JHSC) chess team competed at the

It’s Winter, Get Over It

It’s Winter, Get Over It

It’s Winter, Get Over It

Cold, wind, ice, snow, yada, yada, yada. Okay, we know—it’s freezing! So bundle up and move on!

Three Fun Food Ideas to Beat Mealtime Madness

Three Fun Food Ideas to Beat Mealtime Madness

Three Fun Food Ideas to Beat Mealtime Madness

Does feeding your kid send you into a frenzy? The reality is that while meal

SAR Juniors Prepare Homemade Challah to Order

SAR Juniors Prepare Homemade Challah to Order

SAR Juniors Prepare Homemade Challah to Order

We all know that life can get so hectic. Especially during the winter

Using Technology to Further Our Mission

Using Technology to Further Our Mission

Using Technology to Further Our Mission

In recent decades, Israel has earned a well-deserved reputation as a hotbed of

Va’era and Bo: The Syndemic and the Exodus

Va’era and Bo: The Syndemic and the Exodus

The 10 plagues narrative is split between parshiyot Va’era and Bo

Sequins Are Back—But Did They Ever Really Leave?

Sequins Are Back—But Did They Ever Really Leave?

Sequins Are Back—But Did They Ever Really Leave?

Sequins have definitely had their time in the sun. 2017 saw sequins not just as a trim, but covering entire dresses, and

(JNS) The head of Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency, Yossi Cohen, on Tuesday
(JNS) A kosher grocery store in a Paris suburb was destroyed in an arson attack on
(JNS) Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Wednesday called for a new partnership to be
Stan, our conversation really made me think... In the Parsha of “Vayeira” where
(With thanks to “Emergency Care in the Streets - 5th ed.” Nancy Caroline, MD
A common New Year’s resolution usually has something to do with embarking on a
Back in the 1990s, several people lost high-level government jobs and Supreme Court
Thanks to a generous $350,000 grant awarded by State Senator Todd Kaminsky (D-Long
You’d be hard pressed to find a lineup of speakers more qualified to offer
Predictions for a new year are always erratic, but this year will prove to be even
(Courtesy of Links Residential) Whether it’s the eight hours a day or eight days
As I write this, the snowstorms, sub-zero temperatures and high-velocity and chilling
In a demonstration of how completely at odds his views are from those of the
On Dec. 8, American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) held a protest in front of
The Canadian government has announced it will correct a memorial plaque at its new
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