Rabbi Abramchik Retires After 45 Years In Jewish Education

Working as a principal, with talented administrators and a dedicated faculty, helped fill the void and ease the loneliness of being a widower.

A Lesson In Education

When I first decided to become an English major, I didn't really anticipate any problems that would involve my Judaism. This is not a common choice for Orthodox college women, but I chose a different path because I knew what I loved and I was confident that I could land some sort of job with an English degree.

Bergson Group Honored At NYC’s First Holocaust Memorial Site

Sixty-five years after they shook the political establishment with their newspaper ads and rallies against the Holocaust, the activists known as the Bergson Group have been officially acknowledged by New York City.

Events In The West

Events In The West: On May 7-8, Sara Rigler will be the Scholar-in-Residence at Beth Jacob San Diego.   Yeshiva News: Come this fall, L.A. will...

Agudath Israel Siyum At Deerfield Beach Young Israel

A uniquely cooperative event took place on March 6 when the Young Israel of Deerfield Beach hosted a nationally televised siyum on Masechas Shabbos that was presented by the Agudath Israel of America.

It’s My Opinion: Just When You Least Expect It

Perez appeared to have put the incarceration behind him.

World’s Largest Chanukah Festival Dedicated To Holzbergs

The 29th Annual South Florida Chassidic Chanukah Festival is scheduled for the last night of Chanukah, Sunday, December 28, at the Gulfstream Theatre, Hallandale Beach Blvd. and US 1, in Hallandale Beach; at 7:00 p.m. Performing at what is traditionally the world's largest Chanukah event will be child prodigy Ethan Bortnick and the king of Jewish music, Avraham Fried.

Agra D’Pirka Miami’s Morning of Torah

He passionately addressed some of the important issues and offered suggestions on how to improve oneself, especially during these yemei Shovavim.

S. Florida Shomrim Society Chooses New President

Shomrim’s recent selection of Harvey Meshel as the new president of the group has been met with a warm and positive response.

Chabad Of South Broward Expands Facility

Dedications are available to memorialize and/or honor a loved one.

Hebrew Academy Jump Team Honored

The Hebrew Academy students took part in all categories and used successful and innovative techniques to achieve their goals.

First Annual Grandparents Day Bike-a-thon

The first of its kind, the Grandparents Day Bike-a-thon was a celebration honoring the senior community.

It’s My Opinion: Choose Your Legacy Wisely

Those who do not live in South Florida probably cannot realize the hatred and fear the mere mention of Fidel generates.

Traveling Jewish: Philadelphia Revisited

Last month, my husband and I spent a couple of days revisiting the "city of brotherly love."

L.A. Reception For Zion Orphanage

A reception was held recently in the home of Rafi and Esther Katz for The Zion Orphanage Jerusalem. Once again the L.A. community responded with concern and support for this century-old institution that has created a home and hope for hundreds of children who had neither.

Jewish Center Students Help Kosher Food Bank

The students of Aventura-Turnberry Jewish Center in Aventura volunteered to stock the shelves of the Kosher Food Bank on Sunday, May 19. Co-chairs for this project were Heather Romeu and Deborah Thaler, parents of ATC children.

A Mitzvah In 30 Minutes

Founded in 1977, Tomchei Shabbos of L.A. has been providing essential Shabbos food packages to thousands of needy Jewish families in the Los Angeles community.

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