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The crockpot has never been my favorite kitchen gadget. When I am prepping dinner during busy weeks, I typically don’t make long-simmering meals that require my attention but rather just throw … more
Each new year brings with it lots of food trends. Some of the hottest trends of 2017 were surprising — like charcoal-based foods, including ice cream, and, one of the hottest trends, … more
A longtime Democratic Party official is accusing Israel, and celebrity chef Rachael Ray, of committing “cultural genocide” against the Palestinians. It’s just the latest in a long … more
In last week’s edition of The Jewish Star, Ezra Friedlander penned an article entitled, “Let’s stop shooting blanks at Senator Schumer.” Friedlander defends Senator Schumer … more
Democratic County Legislator Laura Curran said that it was never her plan to get into politics. Nevertheless, on Jan. 1, in below-freezing weather, Curran took to the steps of the legislative … more
Two months after Laura Gillen was elected Town of Hempstead supervisor, defeating Republican Anthony Santino in a historic victory, she was sworn in to office on Monday, the first Democrat to take … more
Like so many happy accidents, it started with Purim. Riva Preil, a physical therapist in her early 30s living in Manhattan, was recording a skit for her Orthodox shul’s Purim spiel when the … more
As a gesture of gratitude to Trump being the first American president to acknowledge the reality of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Israel Katz, Israel’s minister of transport, announced … more
WASHINGTON — When the new federal tax bill was signed into law by President Trump on Dec. 22, an unexpected constituency benefited: parents who send their kids to Jewish day schools. Until … more
On the last day of his visit to Jerusalem in 1871, William Seward, secretary of state under President Abraham Lincoln … more
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