Saturday, December 15, 2018

Destination Kosher

Lions and Tigers, No Bears, Oh My!

 Vacationing in South Africa is almost indescribable. The region is culturally accessible to Americans due to the prevalence of spoken English, yet as incredibly exotic as could be imagined. A vacation visit to the Zimbali on the Eastern coast of South

Memphis Orthodox Community Invites ‘100 New Families’ to Relocate

(Courtesy of Baron Hirsch Congregation) Faced with skyrocketing costs of housing and education, an increasing number of

Europe Travel Tips for Teens

Right after seminary, my friend and I spent a week and a half touring cities in Italy and France. This article is not based on any expertise or extensive experience, as neither of us had ever planned anything like this before, but I would love to share some tricks and tips we picked up along the

Hilton Westchester: The ‘Waldorf in the Woods’

Visiting the Hilton Westchester on Westchester Avenue in Rye Brook, New York, brought back many wonderful memories of school and shul dinner dances, weddings and bar and bat mitzvah celebrations. As a volunteer for day schools and the shul my family attends in Westchester, I

Memphis Orthodox Community Invites ‘100 New Families’ to Relocate There

‘Taste of Memphis’ Shabbaton is scheduled for May 11-13.

Faced with skyrocketing costs of housing and education, an increasing number of young Orthodox

NFL Star Todd Gurley to Join Majestic Retreats Las Vegas Pesach Program

(Courtesy of Majestic Retreats) Soon-to-be-announced All-Pro running back Todd Gurley of the Los Angeles Rams will be running the

MatzaFun Tours Plans 17th Annual Perfect Passover in Long Branch

(Courtesy of MatzaFun) MatzaFun is proud to announce our 17th year of the Perfect Passover featuring elegant Passover seders, gourmet glatt kosher cuisine and

Memphis Orthodox Community Invites ‘100 New Families’ to Relocate

(Courtesy of 100newfamilies) Faced with skyrocketing costs of housing and education, an increasing number of young Orthodox families are choosing to move to the vibrant,

Jerusalem Gets New Transportation Network

Jerusalem–It’s the eternal capital of the Jewish people, built by King David, destroyed by the Babylonians and Romans, and fully reunited by the Israeli Defense Forces under the command of Moshe Dayan in 1967. Jerusalem has always occupied a special place in the heart of every Jew. As twice-serving

Four Days in Poland: The Most Meaningful Trip of Our Lives

My good friend Rabbi Yaakov Landau had asked me numerous times to go with him on a tour of Poland, along with Rabbi Ari Scharf, Rav Paysach Krohn, with Project Mesorah. I had so many excuses, but in the back of my mind I knew this was important for me, my wife Atara, family and all our readers. This trip was

Holding On to Your Airline Miles and Credit Card Points Is a Bad Idea and a Bad Investment!

By Eli Schreiber

In our last newsletter we highlighted five things NOT TO DO with your credit card miles and points and introduced the concept of holding on to your credit card miles for too long. Before we explain why you shouldn’t do this, it’s important to understand the relationship between

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