Restaurant Peeves

By Todd Feinburg

This is one of my many restaurant pet peeves – Unnecessary Chatter – a tick that is epidemic among servers who are overanxious to please.Read More

Proud and Happy to be a Lubavitcher in a World of Replicated, Homogenous Followers

By Rabbi Yossi Lipsker

I woke this morning happy to be a Lubavitcher. Most people know us Chasidic guys as Chabadniks.Read More

A Fresh Look at the Wicked Child

By Rabbi Lior Engelman

What does the Wicked Child say: “Whatever does this service mean to you?”Read More

Connecting Bigtime with Our Jewish Community

By Josh Resnek

There is a newly redesigned website operating in the worldwide Jewish hood.Read More

Israeli Soldiers Tour Temple B’nai Abraham

By Mary Markos

Itai, a former front-line commanding officer in an elite unit of Israel’s infantry division, and Ilana spoke at Temple B’nai Abraham in Beverly.Read More

Another Passover

By Joshua Resnek

The Passover Holiday for all of us who call ourselves Jews is made up of the same components every year wherever on this earth we recognize and celebrate the holiday.Read More

Manufacturing a Discrimination Meeting When Anti-Semitism Is the Crime

By Joshua Resnek

Newton must face a new and disconcerting truth. The haters are poisoning their children and then sending them off to school.Read More

Boston Area Synagogues Joining Forces, Not Merging

By Todd Feinburg

Congregation Mishkan Tefila in Newton is facing the stark realities of a shrinking community. Nevertheless, President Paul Gershkowitz sounds surprisingly upbeat as CMT prepares to sell its property in Newton and move into Brookline.Read More

YPI Impacts Youth Violence

By Mary Markos

Once you have communication, so many doors open up. It’s amazing and Franklin Field is a prime example.Read More

Seeing Nantucket Through Nantucket Eyes

By Todd Feinburg

Instead of traveling to see the houses where past figures may have lived or streets they may have walked, we visit history as it’s being made and learn about it in real time.Read More

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