This week’s column is less tech, more advisory. When I write Ungarbled-tech I either pick a new technology or something that my office has been asked recently.
For the past year or so parents, business owners and even clergy have been asking my team, “How can we block our children from
Today I have some exciting news from the field of pet orthodontia. And yes, pet orthodontia is apparently a field, but it’s making nobody’s mother proud.
Apparently, according to a recent news article, there’s a fish in Pennsylvania who just got braces. The goldfish, who lives in
“The Lehman Trilogy” closed at the Park Avenue Armory on April 20. This acclaimed European play by Stefano Massini, a renowned Italian educated in a Jewish school, was adapted by Ben Power for the National Theatre. In July 2018, this awestruck author sat through three-plus hours of a London preview, as she did during the Armory’s New
See animals from all over the world, including giraffes, kangaroos, penguins, Komodo dragons, ostriches, bald eagles and sea lions. Included in the price of admission is a dinosaur-themed playground, and other attractions include pony
March 28, 2019, was Ivy Day, the day that Ivy League schools announced their acceptances and rejections for the 2019-20 academic year. As an elementary school head, I was not aware of that. But someone shared a letter with me last week, written by Aviva Walls, dean of academic affairs and college counseling
I recall hearing for the first time the exciting news that my beloved rav, Rav Hershel Schachter, rules that it is permissible for Ashkenazic Jews to use soft matzah made by Yemenite Jews on Pesach.
Are we telling that same story…again? The Seder is supposed to be the quintessential experiential program—the re-living of Yetziat Mitzrayim. But let’s be honest, the story is the same as it was last year. It hasn’t changed. So the fifth question of the night becomes how to take a rerun and
Celebrate spring with David Humphrey’s exhibit “Art in Bloom,” at Gallery 18 at the Riverdale Y through April 30. The community is cordially invited to the opening reception on Sunday, April 7, from 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Purim this year was celebrated at the Greystone Jewish Center/Chabad of Yonkers with a sports-themed Purim party on Thursday, March 21. Rabbi Mendy Hurwitz; his wife, Rebbetzin Chanie Hurwitz; and their family and friends served a lavish “Purim at the Stadium” banquet
(Courtesy of Bnei Akiva) In anticipation of Purim, Bnei Akiva Scarsdale and 30 children from the Young Israel of Scarsdale community took part in a mishloach manot packaging chesed event. Participants ranged in age from first through ninth grade, and packed hamentashen, drinks, chocolates and