Saturday, September 21, 2019

Who Will Emerge From the Deadlock?

18-09-2019 Hits:64 Israel/World Alex Traiman/JNS.org

Editor’s note: At press time, the Israeli election was still too close to call, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party in a virtual tie with...

Yonkers Chabad Awarded Federal Security …

18-09-2019 Hits:122 Community News Judy Berger

On Friday, September 6, Riverdale and Westchester’s Congressman Eliot Engel (D-NY) announced that Chabad of Yonkers has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the federal Department...

YINR Youth Enjoy Shofar-Making Workshop

18-09-2019 Hits:141 Features Judy Berger

On Sunday, September 9, Rabbi Sruli Deitsch of the Chabad of Bronxville presented a shofar factory workshop for the Young Israel of New Rochelle Youth Department...

HIR Gets Involved at ‘Back to the Bayit Day’ 

HIR Gets Involved at ‘Back to the Bayit Day’ 

HIR Gets Involved at ‘Back to the Bayit Day’ 

(Courtesy of HIR) HIR’s “Back to the Bayit Day,” held this past Sunday, Sept. 15, included a meaningful blood drive,

YI Scarsdale Takes New Approach to the High Holidays

YI Scarsdale Takes New Approach to the High Holidays

YI Scarsdale Takes New Approach to the High Holidays

(Courtesy of YIS) For the past four years, the Young Israel of Scarsdale (YIS) has offered members and guests an alternative option for High

Ruth Schwartz Remembers Son Ezra, HY”D, at YIWP

Ruth Schwartz Remembers Son Ezra, HY”D, at YIWP

Ruth Schwartz Remembers Son Ezra, HY”D, at YIWP

(Courtesy of YIWP) Three years ago this November, a Palestinian terrorist murdered gap-year student Ezra Schwartz as the teen was on his way

MTA Freshmen Take to the Trails on Grade-Wide Hike

MTA Freshmen Take to the Trails on Grade-Wide Hike

MTA Freshmen Take to the Trails on Grade-Wide Hike

On Thursday, September 12, the entire MTA freshman grade enjoyed an exciting day of hiking. Talmidim spent time bonding

WTA Values Learning Through Play

WTA Values Learning Through Play

WTA Values Learning Through Play

This year, The Westchester Torah Academy Early Childhood Faculty has embarked on a year-long learning program, with the guidance of

Carmel Academy Opens New STEM Lab

Carmel Academy Opens New STEM Lab

Carmel Academy Opens New STEM Lab

Carmel Academy is expanding on its award-winning STEM program with the opening of a new STEM lab this fall. Structured as a

CMEK @ SAR Brings Basketball to New York 

CMEK @ SAR Brings Basketball to New York 

CMEK @ SAR Brings Basketball to New York 

(Courtesy of CMEK) Chad Mekles, program director of CMEK, is thrilled to be bringing the CMEK basketball program to New York. CMEK @

Retirement Part XI: Race Day, Part 1

Retirement Part XI: Race Day, Part 1

Retirement Part XI: Race Day, Part 1

After almost four hours of riding, things started to go sideways...both figuratively and literally.

‘Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel’ Makes Local Theatrical Debut 

‘Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel’ Makes Local Theatrical Debut 

‘Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel’ Makes Local Theatrical Debut 

“Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel” makes its theatrical debut at top indie theaters from September 4-8 in select theaters in New

The Other Side of the Cork: Psâgot Winery — History Makes History Again

The Other Side of the Cork: Psâgot Winery — History Makes History Again

The Other Side of the Cork: Psâgot Winery — History Makes History Again

Psâgot winery is certainly a household name for anyone who drinks kosher wine. There is a

Just in Time for the Holidays, Roasted Carrot Soup With Coriander

Just in Time for the Holidays, Roasted Carrot Soup With Coriander

Just in Time for the Holidays, Roasted Carrot Soup With Coriander

Looking to serve a delicious soup for Rosh Hashanah, but want something a little different? Try this roasted carrot soup. Coriander adds a

Run, Don’t Walk, to Passaic’s Great Falls Bistro

Run, Don’t Walk, to Passaic’s Great Falls Bistro

Run, Don’t Walk, to Passaic’s Great Falls Bistro

The best kept secret in not just New Jersey, but all of the tri-state area, is about to become

When the Walls Fell

When the Walls Fell

Except for the day of 9/11, I have never felt as broken as an SAR teacher as I did this week. But I have never felt prouder either.

I have

Listening With Love

Listening With Love

My philosophy of education is that we start from a place of loving children. My own counseling theories, informed by the work of psychologist Carl Rogers among others and honed

Why Don’t We Cry Anymore on the High Holidays?

Why Don’t We Cry Anymore on the High Holidays?

Why Don’t We Cry Anymore on the High Holidays?

I distinctly remember being in shul on Yom Kippur when I was a youngster, and when the chazzan repeated the line in the Shema Koleinu

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I love seeing articles and online posts that read, “The Most Important…” For
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Not even we believe people are entitled to visit simply because they demand
Not even we believe people are entitled to visit simply because they demand
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