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In the NOBO Kitchen with Josh

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Teaneck—Josh Massin has two passions: Torah and cooking. As executive chef and partner in Teaneck’s Nobo Wine and Grill, he lives and breathes both. Tucked between the railroad tracks on Restaurant Row (Palisade and West Englewood Avenues) Nobo is a destination eatery. Chef Josh has crafted a restaurant in the former...

Menendez Mid-East Trip: “We Must Engage”

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Washington—Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), recently returned from the Middle East, where he had heart-to-heart talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, King Abdullah of Jordan, and President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority.  In Israel, he also met with President Shimon Peres, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, Finance Minister Yair Lapid, and Chief of the Mossad, Tamir Pardo. He also visited an Iron Dome facility, but graciously declined a demonstration of the defense system, which would have cost taxpayers $50K.

The Senator is highly-regarded in Israel for his 20 years of unwavering, solid support and advocacy of the...

Pascrell Seeks More Funding to Protect Local Shuls

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Paterson—Recalling the string of arson attacks that set fire to shuls and a rabbi’s house, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-9th District) defended the  Homeland Security grant program that helps nonprofits improve their security infrastructure. The program’s budget has basically been cut in half--from $19 million to $10 million.

Last week, on the floor of the House, Pascrell called for additional funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program. He said, “This is not a theoretical threat. This is a real threat. A string of antisemitic hate crimes took place just two years ago, targeting synagogues in Bergen County, New Jersey [the area] that I represent. These heinous attacks...

Frisch Girls Varsity Soccer Four-Peat Champions

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After another grueling season, the Frisch girls’ Varsity Soccer Championship run ended on May 28. The game saw a much anticipated match-up between Frisch and Central as both teams entered the game undefeated champions of their respective divisions. The Central squad had scored more goals during the regular so they were the favorites going in.

As soon as the team arrived at North Shore gym, one could feel the excitement in the air. During our warm ups we got our first glimpse of the opposition. Central’s goalie had cat-like reflexes and was stopping everything that came her way. Many of their players had solid footwork. We knew this was going to be a tough challenge, but felt...

Fond Farewell to Bergen County Favorite Son:Sen. Lautenberg Laid to Rest

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New York—“God gives and God takes,” intoned Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove, the late Senator Frank Lautenberg’s spiritual leader and friend, as he began a Jewish funeral unlike many others— and then mourners “ripped kriah—the symbolic ritual of tearing one’s garments, followed by Shema—the affirmation of faith.

“The spirit of Frank Lautenberg has passed into God’s hands,” said the Senior Rabbi of the Park Avenue Synagogue, Senator Lautenberg’s New York shul.  “Frank was a mensch through and through, a noble defender of right ideals.  Speaking to the Senator’s widow, Bonnie Englehart Lautenberg, he assured her, “We are here to support you.”  Rabbi Cosgrove...

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