September 16, 2015 RSS feed / Local News

Moorestown teen goes all out to restock flooded Camden library

MEET NORI HORVITZ…

AGE: 17  PARENTS: Steven Horvitz & Heidi Cooperstein  FAVORITE BOOK GENRE: Historical novels  FAVORITE AUTHOR: Tamora Pierce  GOAL: Author/entrepreneur   The love of reading was always there. More...

Donald Love to receive Federation’s highest honor

Donald Love will receive the H. Richard Dollinger Community Service Award, Federation’s highest honor, at the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey’s 93rd Annual Meeting on Sunday, Oct. 18. More...

Children arrive for start of school

Smiling children arrived at the Sari Isdaner Early Childhood Center of the Katz JCC for the start of school. More...

New Jersey mayors supporting AJC effort against anti-Semitism

Twenty-five mayors from New Jersey, those from Cherry Hill, Margate, Atlantic City, Cape May, Newark, Elizabeth, Princeton, Englewood, Tenafly, Fort Lee, Teaneck, Ridgewood, Livingston, Summit, Marlboro, Roxbury, West Orange, Highland Park, Plainsbor More...

Betsy Fischer wins DJ award

Rabbis Wolkenfeld and Bercuson,” said Fisher. “This eruv will allow our strong and vibrant community to continue to grow and develop. More...

South Jersey resident on the cutting edge with book on podcasting

As a teenager, Steve Lubetkin banked countless hours in his basement creating fake-news radio reports using the latest of 1970s technologies: A reel-to-reel tape deck, turntable and a microphone.  More...

Spend a special day in New York City!

Spend a special day with the little girl in your life in New York City when the JCC hosts a trip to American Girl Place on Sunday, Oct. 11.  More...

Wines of Israel focus of event on November 5

“The World Class Wines of Israel From Past to Present” will be the focus of an event on Thursday, Nov. 5 at the National Museum of American Jewish History, 101 South Independence Mall East, Philadelphia. More...

Beth Tikvah partners to raise awareness

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Comedians, authors, journalists to headline 26th Annual ABC Fest

The 26th Annual Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill will take place Nov. 7-15. It will feature an impressive lineup of authors, public figures, artists and comedians. More...

Baby & Toddler Expo at JCC on Oct. 25

The community is invited to attend the Katz JCC’s Baby and Toddler Expo, a free event that will be hosted on Sunday, Oct. 25 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill. More...

Lt. Gov. Guadagno addresses NJ Association of Jewish Federations

“The New Jersey-Israel relationship is critical to both states, economically and culturally,” said Lt. More...

Princeton University installing eruv

Princeton University will install an eruv, or a virtual boundary used as part of Jewish religious law, around most of campus and parts of town to enable observant Jews to carry essential items outdoors without breaking the Sabbath.  More...

Fun for the whole family on Sept. 27

Get ready for some fall fun for the whole family on Sunday, Sept. 27 when the Katz JCC will host its first Fall Festival at the JCC Camps at Medford. More...

Beth El to host ‘Jewish Deli’ program, dinner on Oct. 1

“Where Harry Met Sally: The Jewish Deli in Pop Culture,” an event on Thursday, Oct. 1 at 6 p.m. will feature an interactive presentation by Ted Merwin, Ph.D., and a kosher deli dinner and dessert. It will be held at Cong. More...