Midway through their first session, the girls disappeared from the screen . . . Hearing sirens, the girls had raced to their shelters.
While living in the frum community as a widow or widower can provide great support, it may also emphasize the loss.
“The possibilities of genetic modification are endless,” Rabbi Nosson Neuberger observes. “If you take the right organism, tweak its DNA and give it the right feedstock, you can have it produce virtually whatever natural chemical you want.”
Crypto is hip, and it brings a sense of relevance and cachet to the organization. It sends a message that the OU’s work is cutting edge because the organization is at the forefront of this development.
Mrs. Wolfson has dedicated the second Torat Imecha Nach Yomi cycle, now underway, in honor of her mother, grandmothers and a cherished aunt. “I am proud to be part of this initiative,” she says.
Irving Bunim was larger than life, a galvanizing figure because his motivation was always pure. He had no ego.
As a Jewish educator who teaches in multiple venues, Stacey Goldman aims to inspire.
Behind the scenes at OU Kosher
As a young couple in Norfolk, Virginia, Sora and Jerry Wolasky got involved in the local NCSY chapter when the rabbi sought their help with the shul. Sora began to organize Shabbatons and brought advisors into the area from Baltimore for the chagim, giving public school youth the life-changing opportunity to learn more about their […]
“Eve launched an era of growth for the entire East Bay area.”
Experienced shadchanim and relationship experts reflect on this new era of matchmaking and dating
“I learned from the pushkes my grandparents kept on the television that it isn’t always how much we give that matters,” he recalls. “Sometimes, it’s just the giving itself.”
The Chassid behind the effort to make “smart” kitchens Shabbat and yom tov-friendly