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This Shabbat, the Five Towns commemorates the 25th yahrtzeit of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik zt”l (left) with a community-wide Shabbaton. Participants from YU’s Rabbi Isaac Eichanan … more
The Young Israel of Lawrence-Cedarhurst recently hosted a book launch for “Plucked from Fire,” the memoirs of YILC member Moshe Rubin.  Mr. Rubin, now 90 years old, was a young … more
Kehillas Bais Yehuda Tzvi of Cedarhurst honored Harav Yaakov and Rebbetzin Feitman at its sixteenth annual dinner on Feb. 8. The shul noted the rov’s “chai” anniversary with the … more
Rabbi Dr. Gilbert Klaperman zt”l, an early builder of the Five Towns Jewish community, was niftar on Tuesday. Services were set for 10 am on Wednesday morning at his shul, Congregation Beth … more
We should carry words of Torah everywhere we go — even to the Super Bowl. Rabbi Eytan Feiner of Far Rockaway’s White Shul drove that point home during halftime on Sunday in a webcast … more
Rabbi Hershel Billet of the Young Israel of Woodmere has been appointed to the United States Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad by Senator Charles … more
This week it is my honor to introduce you to Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen, previously director of community engagement for Yached, an affiliate of the OU, and a development executive who recently assumed the … more
Rabbi Marc D. Angel, rabbi emeritus of the 363-year-old Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue in Manhattan, is now serving as interim rabbi of the Lido Beach Synagogue. “There is a spirit in Lido … more
As day school advocates ramp up their push to win more state funding, a panel on the tuition crisis agreed on motzei Shabbat that yeshiva parents need to empower those advocates — by … more
Cultimating its 50th anniversary celebration, the Young Israel of North Bellmore held a brunch to honor its founding members. The seven founding couples who helped launch an Orthodox shul in North … more
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