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Departments Pg. 6    Letters to the Editor Pg. 8    President’s Message Orthodoxy Looking Inward Mandell I. Ganchrow, M.D. Pg. 77  Food New to OU Products, recipes and more Slice of Life:  Savory Sukkah Spreads Eileen Goltz   Pg. 93  Jewish Wry Using Your Noodle Ted Roberts Pg. 99  Jewish...

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The Summer 1993 issue of Jewish Action was a landmark edition, published in tribute to the late Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik, zt”l.

Using Your Noodle

You either love noodle kugel or you hate it. For 50 years of kiddush on Shabbat morning I hated it. “Have a nice piece of noodle kugel,” urged the sisterhood’s ace kugel saleslady. “Lotsa...

Tackling a “Shondeh”

It seems to me that at least part of my destiny has been to champion unpopular subjects. A number of years ago, I began to awaken the Jewish community to the fact that "shikker is a goy" is a myth, and that the problems of alcoholism and drug...

Dismayed by “Two Cultures of Zionism”

I read with growing disbelief and dismay, the article by Noah Efron in the Spring 5757 issue, "Between Faith and Fate: Two Cultures of Zionism." Throughout the article, Efron repeatedly emphasizes that "Israelis are becoming two peoples...religious and secular Zionists simply do not understand each other...the Zionist camp...

100 Years of Miracles

This January 25 – February 1, the Orthodox Union will celebrate a century of service and community at a special Centennial Convention in Israel.  Will you be there? Back in 1898, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America was born out of the desperate need for Orthodox Jews...

What Better Place Than Jerusalem?

Back in 1898, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America was born out of the desperate need for Orthodox Jews to encourage each other and take stock of their unified strength. Cut off from the tight-knit kehillot they had left behind in Europe, Jewish immigrants...

Windows 95 Shines

If Microsoft keeps to its promised ship date, you should be reading this shortly after the release of Windows 95. This is such a watershed event that I'm going to go beyond the usual scope of this column to spend much of it on this new...