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  • Jew in the City Awards Top 10 Orthodox Jewish  All Stars For 2014

    Jew in the City Awards Top 10 Orthodox Jewish All Stars For 2014

    Third Annual “Orthodox Jewish All Stars” awards and gala Dec. 2 in NYC celebrates Jewish pride amid growing anti-Semitism New York, NY, Dec. 5 – More than 300 Jews from across the religious spectrum from Hasidic to secular gathered for the Third Annual Orthodox Jewish All Stars Awards red-carpet event this week at the Museum […]

  • Passenger Offended

    On a  Northwest Airways flight from Atlanta, a well attired middle-aged woman found herself sitting next to a man wearing a kippa (‘yarmulka’ in  Yiddish). She called the attendant over to complain about her seating. ‘What seems to be the problem, Madam?’ asked the attendant. ‘You’ve sat me next to a Jew!! I can’t possibly sit next to this […]

  • “Jew in the City” Announces Top 10 Orthodox Jewish All Stars of 2013

    The Jew in the City Second Annual “Top 10 Orthodox Jewish All Stars” Awardees and Red Carpet event will take place on Sunday, November 24th in New York City New York, NY, October 16, 2013 –   U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Nobel Laureate Robert Aumann are among ten individuals who have been named 2013 Orthodox Jewish […]

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  • A Complete Guide to Driving an Electric Hoverboard

    A Complete Guide to Driving an Electric Hoverboard

    Photo by NeuPaddy, CC0 1.0 So, you’ve got yourself your first electric hoverboard – congrats! This was an awesome decision to make and you’re going to have a super fun time riding around on it. Hoverboards are just the latest in a trend of eco-friendly transportation options, so while you’re having fun, you’ll be helping […]

  • Ezer Mizion Partners with Chemdat Hadarom for Special-Needs Children

    ‘Each child is born with its unique value. It’s up to society to ensure that his development enables him to succeed to the limits of his potential.’ Thus spoke Naftali Bennet, Minister of Education in Israel at the ground-breaking ceremony of the Master’s Program at Chemdat Hadarom. The college has proven its goals as it […]

  • Special Purim Fun

    Special children are unique. Their abilities are unique. Their understanding is unique. Their needs are unique. Should that mean that they cannot participate in the joy of Purim, a day that is often termed ‘the children’s holiday’?  is it possible to create a unique Purim atmosphere, geared especially for them? A ‘Special’ Purim carnival?   […]

  • 5 Types of Large Sized Family Tents

    5 Types of Large Sized Family Tents

    5 Types of Large Sized Family Tents Photo by Pexels, CC0 1.0 When it comes to which tent to buy for your next family camping adventure, you might be confused from all of the choices out there. If you found yourself utterly confused at your local camping store when deciding which tent is best for […]

  • Single Grave for Sale at King David Memorial Gardens

    Single Grave for Sale at King David Memorial Gardens

  • Czechoslovakia? No problem…

    “I’m sorry. He won’t be back in the office until a week from Tuesday. Please call then.” A typical response. Professional. No complaints. We all understand that being out of the office means being unavailable for work-related matters and we don’t expect him to interrupt his golf game or his very important meeting in China […]

  • The Bas Mitzvah that Almost Wasn’t

    If you’re like most people, your mental wastebasket is filled with great ideas that didn’t happen. You meant to get to it. You really did. But ‘life’ got in the way. Things were busy that month and it fizzled and died. Maybe someone else could have done it but offhand you didn’t know anyone to […]

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