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By Michael Orbach Its might be the first Jewish American Idol contest or perhaps it’s just the cleverest membership recruiting campaign the Jewish community has seen in years. On August … more
By Moshe Weiss y the light of the silvery moon, the shadow of the schulklopfer loomed large as he made his way through the shtetl, pausing at the doorsteps of his congregants’ homes just … more
By Michael Orbach Issue of September 11,  2009 / 22 Elul 5769 The staff of Tablet Magazine were prepped and ready to launch their website. It was Monday, June 8, 2009, and Tablet had … more
Adventures in Apple Picking Dear That’s Life, Elul brings with it a number of different rituals. From blowing the shofar on a daily basis to saying selichot in the days leading up to … more
By Michael Orbach Issue of September 11, 2009 / 22 Elul 5769 After being targeted by repeated lawsuits, the Lawrence School District is going on the offensive. In a memorandum filed in … more
Tanach study program launching in Five Towns By Michael Orbach Issue of September 11,  2009 / 22 Elul 5769 Is seven-and-a-half-years too long to wait? The Young Israel of North Woodmere … more
Perhaps one of the most nefarious myths of World War II was that Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was the one who liberated the Jews from the Nazi evil and ended the Holocaust. I call this a myth … more
Issue of September 11,  2009 / 22 Elul 5769 Defending Kennedy To the Editor: I am writing to comment on the Kosher Bookworm’s article: “The Kennedy legacy: American tragedy or … more
Issue of September 11, 2009 / 22 Elul 5769 A lot has happened in the eight years since Sept. 11, 2001. Children too young to remember much about that day entered high school this week. Two … more
In close to 20 years of “lawyering” I would estimate that I have appeared in front of at least 100 different judges. Municipal court, civil court, Supreme Court, district court or the … more
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