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Stuffed peppers are a comfort food for both Americans and Israelis. But the two versions vary quite a bit in their spice profiles and methodology. American-style stuffed peppers are often topped with … more
Even before slow cookers were invented, Jews all around the world were making their slow-cooked meals out of necessity and in observance of Shabbat. And as it turns out, slow-cooked meals over a low … more
The 24th annual Israel Day Concert in Central Park — billed as a “concert with a message” — drew thousands of rain-defying pro-Israel enthusiasts following the massive … more
By Andrew Tobin, JTA MITZPE RAMON — It sounds like a Jewish mother’s nightmare: a preschool class held outdoors in the desert. But parents in this remote Israeli town drop off their … more
RAMAT HASHARON — An Israeli soldier clapped football great and Vietnam War veteran Roger Staubach on the shoulder at a soccer field here, telling the 1963 Heisman Trophy winner and U.S. Naval … more
During the 20th Maccabiah Games next month, about 7,000 Jewish athletes from 80 countries will descend upon the Holy Land to join 2,500 Israeli athletes in the Olympic-style competition. Held … more
Children from HALB’s kindergarten last week visited HALB’s Woodmere campus — Big HALB, they called it. The annual end-of-year visit enables our kindergartners to experience … more
The Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls hosted its annual Sports Dinner as a way of acknowledging and thanking their energetic and enthusiastic student athletes on all eight of SKA’s sports … more
The excitement was palpable in the Technology Lab as Mrs. Rubel introduced Cubelets Robotics to the 4th grade boys. Cubelets are small blocks that are snapped together to make an endless variety … more
While most elementary students would build a paper mache volcano for their science fairs, fifth graders at the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway were creating start-ups for an … more
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