Dear Editor, your paper is the only one of the others that has more real news then “glutinous” ads. In a previous issue, there were two letters to the editor. I would like to comment on both. One ...

The wonderful 8-week Shovavim Program has come to the end. Being that this year is a leap year, this Monmouth kiddush hashem lasted for a full two months, with the additional two weeks of Teruma ...

When I go to the horse farm I feel like I am stepping inside a French impressionistic painting. Surrounded by an intensity of beauty that seems slightly unreal, my senses wake up. I finally feel ...

It was in the mid 1970’s. My husband was a newly-minted chaplain in the United States Air Force and we would be stationed in the UK for a three-year tour of duty. We left behind our families, ...

There is little doubt that as Jews, we are extremely fortunate to live in a country that allows such freedom. However, what you are about to read will reveal a much deeper connection between the ...

Dear Editor,  My late relative, Rav Avraham Genechovsky zt"l, previous rosh yeshiva of tshiben, provided me with the following phenomenal drash relating to when Adar arrives. The Gemara (Taanis ...

The brain, which stores one’s memory, is an amazing creation of Hashem. Wouldn’t you agree? Since moving to this area recently, I am pleasantly surprised, as well as uplifted by long-stored away ...

I toyed with the idea of disconnecting my Internet for months. But like an alcoholic, I wasn’t willing to put the drink down. Until I bottomed out. Last Monday, I woke up, thanked God for ...

Whenever I dropped one of my kids off at Pomona Middle School I’d point at the Zoroastrian temple across the street and say, echoing the style of those political ads, “I’m Daniel Kolak, and I ...

I slide open the door to Emanon’s stall, step inside and lean up against the slotted wooden beams. I have just finished teaching my last lesson of the day. I’ve already walked through the barn ...
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