As an expert on appropriate Medicare plans for my clients, if I had a penny for all the Medicare myths I keep hearing day after day from those who become clients and even those who do not I would not have to be educating and assisting the Medicare population as I do each day. Here are a few.
People sometimes ask me why I write about Kosherfest every year. After all, Kosherfest is a trade show, and as such, it’s really only open to people in the kosher food industry. Though I suppose that technically, every Jew is in the kosher food industry. In fact, according to official reports, there were at least 6,000 people there, and they were all in the same
Working together across state lines, each in his own state legislature, New York State Assemblyman Walter Mosley (NY-57) and New Jersey Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (NJ-37) announced on Thursday, November 1, that they will introduce two bills in response to the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh. At a press conference in
(Courtesy of YIWP) Young children haven’t quite taken over Young Israel of White Plains—yet—but the continuing influx of families with young children has led the shul to respond with new programs especially for them.
For starters, YIWP has
Parents can be frustrated by their children’s teachers. By their harsh tone of voice when young children have trouble being quiet or sitting still. By taking away recess for infractions like losing their Chumash worksheets or getting up to sharpen a pencil without asking permission first. By their fixation on rewards and
After 24 hours of intense exchanges of fire, Israel and Hamas reached a ceasefire on Tuesday, and two very different narratives emerged in Israel to describe what had happened.
But first, the bare facts: A special-forces operation in Gaza was exposed by Hamas on Sunday night, and in the
Unlike any previous tragedy, where we listen to the horror stories, process our emotions and then return to ordinary life, this time is different. As the tragic shooting took place in a shul, the reverberations of trauma may have a direct impact on our own lives. Most certainly, we will all be thinking of it this
How does it feel to learn that you are considered “stateless”? Ellen Krakow, a resident of New Rochelle, discussed her family’s journey from Berlin to Shanghai, to Israel and finally to Washington Heights, New York, at a recent Hadassah meeting held at Beth El Synagogue Center in New Rochelle. In a riveting presentation to a
On Tuesday, November 6, New York voters will have the opportunity to elect the state’s next attorney general. This year, Republican candidate Keith Wofford will face off against Democrat Letitia James. After the resignation of Eric Schneiderman earlier this year, Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed Beverly
Playwright Allen Leicht tries to attend all the performances of his play “My Parsifal Conductor: A Wagnerian Comedy,” playing at the Marjorie Deane Little Theater on West 64th Street in Manhattan through November 3. The only performances he has to forego are the Friday and Saturday night performances and the Saturday
Beginning October 28, through November 1, more than 600 cyclists joined in this year’s Wheels of Love event to benefit the ALYN Hospital in Israel. Having started 19 years ago with nine cyclists, Wheels of Love has grown into an international sports charity event with cyclists representing Israel, the United States and 14 other
Pizmon, the co-ed, Jewish a cappella group of Columbia University, Barnard College and The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will be spending Shabbat Chanukah, December 7-8, in Stamford and performing at the Young Israel of Stamford.
“We are delighted to bring back Pizmon, who performed