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Co-Parenting, Part 2: Damage Control

Dr. Alan Winder Sometimes, positive co-parenting between separating or divorced parents is impossible, and in such situations, it’s time for damage control. In the previous article, I discussed how parents…

Meter Madness: Tapping Into Frustration

By Hannah Reich Berman  War is not a pretty thing. Currently we are engaged in a frightening struggle with terrorist groups. But war comes in different forms, and some are…

MEOR Scores Another Touchdown For Jewish Learning

MEOR Scores Another Touchdown For Jewish Learning

By Elie Klein On Sunday, May 8, an energetic squad is expected to take the field at MetLife Stadium, focused on a single mission: to inspire, educate, and empower future…

Holocaust Remembrance Lecture At Touro: Recovering Stolen Jewish Art

All are invited to a Touro College Presidential Lecture, “Recovering Nazi Looted Art: The Last Prisoners of the Shoah,” presented by renowned attorney Mel Urbach, in observance of Holocaust Remembrance…

Take Two For Hofstra Law School

Hofstra’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law was one of the first law schools in the nation to integrate clinical education into the law school curriculum. To this day, the…

A Glorious Day For Gourmet

Kiss The Kosher Cook By Malkie Hirsch It’s a glorious day outside. Currently, I’m sitting on my back deck, watching my 7-year-old son do homework, while my 8- and 5-year-old…

Celery Roots

Slice Of Life By Eileen Goltz One of the ugliest vegetables known to man is celeriac, a.k.a. celery root. Big, hairy, knobby, and ridiculously difficult to peel, it’s actually a…

Matzah-Free Zone

Slice Of Life By Eileen Goltz Pesach is a time of heavy food. No, I’m not talking kugel and chopped liver, although they are a bit weighty. I’m talking about…

Seven Seder Tips For Kids

By Roslyn Haber and Marlyn Press Though a serious holiday, Pesach is also a joyous occasion celebrated by both secular and religious Jews alike. There are many traditions that are…

The Go-To People For All Things Medical

The Go-To People  For All Things Medical

By Chaia Frishman While visiting her son in Lakewood, Frumi Z. felt a sharp pain on her side. When the pain did not subside after taking a deep breath, sitting…