The event included a dvar Torah by student Pesach Bixon, an overview of courses, information about student life and a student panel that answered frequently asked questions from a student perspective.
When non-practicing or non-affiliated Jews actually go to a Shabbat dinner, they want an authentic experience.
The popular Thai Treat Restaurant, now in its 12th year, serves incredible Thai food and is a favorite spot for kosher diners from all over the world.
The program will include inspirational addresses, poetry readings, and musical performances.
The multi-generational and multi-neighborhood turnout was treated to the challenging fitness instruction of volunteers Michelle Schucher, Mia Glick, Tali Levenson, Tamar Levine,and Atara Eig.
Fromm, a museum specialist and folklorist, currently serves as coordinator and assistant professor of museum studies at FIU.
My eyes skimmed an article on page 1A. I was flabbergasted. I read the title again. Could it be? It had good news for the Miami Jewish community.
Students in early childhood, elementary, and middle school were treated to an array of hands-on projects to create sukkah decorations such as wind chimes, velvet posters, sand art, paper chains, and more.
Two of our brothers, Jonathan Pollard and Alan Gross, sit in the pit of captivity. We have a mandate to see that they are freed.
Chabad of South Broward has 15 Chabad Houses in ten cities.
Victor Center works in partnership with healthcare professionals, clergy, and the community to sponsor education programs and college campus out reach.
It’s Rosh Hashanah. A new year. Time for a fresh start. Time for a new slate. Time for change.
Governor Rick Scott visited North Miami Beach/Aventura on the morning of Wednesday, September 17.
While the cost per student is higher than mainstream schools, Metzuyan Academy ESE is a priceless educational opportunity for children with special needs in South Florida.
Challah-pa-looza helped get the community ready and excited about the upcoming Jewish New Year.
Miami businessman and philanthropist Eli Nash had many in tears as he shared his story of the horrific abuse he suffered from age 8 to 11.