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If you weren’t there — you missed quite an event. Hundreds of thousands of people, including tens of thousands of Long Islanders, paraded up Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue or cheered as … more
Blessings, G-d and opportunities were the centerpieces of the first-ever Shulamith High School for Girls graduation as 11 seniors, founding students as inscribed on their sashes, received diplomas in … more
Valedictorian Jacob Penstein (left) was singled out from the start by his diligent disposition and academic acumen. Jacob is well-read, eager to engage in dialogue and clear in his views. Jacob has … more
Would the builders of New York’s Temple Emanu-El ever have imagined that their congregation’s sanctuary would one day be packed to the balconies with thousands of devout followers of a … more
A large Orthodox shul in Atlanta is breaking away from the Young Israel synagogue movement. The exit comes months after its rabbi protested the national organization’s right-wing political … more
Drinking wine — one of life’s great simple pleasures. With each sip from a stemmed glass, the libation holds a layered history and mystery that led to the taste of this moment. … more
More than a dozen kosher eateries — selling pizza, bagels, falafel and schnitzel — dot Main Street in Kew Gardens Hills. But a newcomer is sure to turn some heads. Sushi Kingdom & … more
It’s time to roll out the grill and start cooking outside. It is almost summer, and we sometimes get more than two days in a row of sunshine and blue skies. The kids are done with school, … more
When California experienced one of its worst-ever wildfire seasons last fall, New Jersey high school sophomore Orlee Sadinoff watched from afar with concern. The fires were still fresh on her mind … more
The annual al-Quds Day march in Berlin is often cited as a prime example of the “new” anti-Semitism in Europe: hatred of Jews in connection with Israel, often by Muslims. Despite … more
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