Performed to packed audiences since its opening on July 4, the Folksbiene’s Yiddish “Fiddler on the Roof” production has extended its run to November 18. Even with these additional performances, tickets are at a premium. There is also talk circulating that the show may be moving to Broadway where it
These days people complain a lot. Politics, weather, sports, yeshiva tuition, work, bullying, taxes etc. Although there are plenty of things to legitimately grouse about, we sometimes tend to create even more issues to harp on. It never ends!
ART4PEACE, a juried exhibition sponsored by New Rochelle High School (NRHS) and The New Rochelle Art Association (NRAA), will provide an opportunity for artists to exhibit their work in the NRHS Art Gallery for one month beginning October 15.
The placement of a comma makes all the difference in the world. In a classic example, there is a very big difference between “Let’s eat grandma” and “Let’s eat, grandma.” Similarly, the question as to the placement of a comma in the phrase “Mi yodeia yashuv v’nicham haElokim” (Yonah 3:9)
On Yom Kippur, we are privileged to read two haftarot: the first, read during Shacharit, is taken from Sefer Yishayahu, while the second haftarah, read at Mincha, is the entire Sefer Yonah. While the story of Yonah emphasizes Hashem’s capacity to forgive, the selection from the 57th and 58th prakim of
For most Jewish day schools, a central component of our mission is to prepare students to engage effectively with the broader world and interact confidently with people whose perspectives may be very different from their own—while maintaining unwavering strength in their individual Jewish identities. How
Every year we read on Rosh Hashanah about the pain and struggle of infertile women; Sarah faced her challenges and was eventually rewarded with a son, and Chanah had a tremendous journey before having her son. We have all read these stories numerous times and I have written before that they are an
(This article first appeared in JTA.) The High Holidays are approaching. It is a time when Jews worldwide join together in the spirit of camaraderie, pouring out their hearts for a good new year.
But the lead-up this year has been
A 12-year-old from Staten Island, New York, became the first Orthodox Jew to win the Food Network cooking competition “Chopped” in an episode that aired last week.
Rachel Goldzal, known as Rachi to her friends, who took home
In a few short weeks, Jews all over the world will unite in celebrating the annual completion of the Torah-reading cycle. Communities, families and individuals will participate in a range of communal festivities, including singing, dancing, learning and dining. For many centuries, Simchat Torah, the climax