December 23, 2015 RSS feed / Local News

Producer of Broadway’s ‘Fiddler’ revival got his start locally

MEET GEOFFREY SOFFER…

FAMILY: Parents Bess and Dr. More...

Bringing smiles to sick children

JFCS volunteers (from left), Sheri Livstone, Suzi Abrams and Melissa Leibowitz helped to wrap the many Chanukah presents that were given to the children of Chai Lifeline, which brings smiles to sick, More...

Celebrants of all ages enjoy JCC Chanukah events

Having a wonderful time at the 60+ Chanukah Celebration were (from left), Ruth Eintracht, Ida Geltzer and Marilyn Rubin. The event included brisket and latkes for lunch as well as entertainment. More...

Director briefs Adath Emanu-El

Approximately 40 congregants attended an Adath Emanu-El Life Long Learning program about current events and national news affecting Israel. More...

M’kor ‘pirates’ at cabaret

M’kor Shalom “pirates” (from left), Randy Weiner, Jesse Brown, Mark Pinzur, Len Berman and Michael Rulnick, performed the song “Captain Hook” from the musical “Pet More...

Holocaust survivors visit DC

The Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Education Center (GHMEC), a department of the Jewish Community Relations Council, recently sponsored its annual bus trip for Holocaust survivors and teachers to the U More...

Special Finance Section

JEROLDROTHKOFF Rothkoff Law Group877-475-1101 Attorney Jerold E. Rothkoff, who specializes in areas of Elder and Disability law, provided this article on visiting elderly loved ones during the holidays More...

Health & Wellness

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JEVS & JFCS Employment sets Open House for Jan. 5

With staff in place and a new services suite, a new partnership between Samost Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Southern New Jersey (JFCS) and JEVS Human Services is officially open to assist the unemployed, underemployed and career tr More...

JDC’s Michael Lawrence briefs Federation leadership & staff

Michael Lawrence of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) visited the Jewish Federation on December 15. More...

Rowan students show solidarity following anti-Semitic graffiti

In the same week that swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti were found carved on doors of a residence hall, Rowan University showed solidarity with its Jewish students with larger than usual participation in campus Chanukah celebrations.  More...

Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt will co-chair upcoming Israel trip

The NJ State Association of Jewish Federations announced that Assemblywomen Pamela Lampitt (D-6) and Holly Schepisi (R- 39) have agreed to serve as Honorary Co-Chairs of the State Association’s “NJ Legislators’ Study Mission to Isra More...

JCF helps Rutgers host exhibit

In 2014, the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. awarded a grant to Rutgers-Camden for its upcoming “Visions of Place” exhibit, which would be taking place in Fall 2015. More...

GHMEC launches interactive display

The Jewish Community Relations Council’s Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Educational Center (GHMEC) has announced a new interactive display to the museum. More...

The Hamptons Jewish cemetery is so trendy, even non-Jews want in

Forget sprawling estates and yacht slips, the hottest real estate in the Hamptons might just be a Jewish cemetery. More...

Pigeon, chicken soup chips and other new kosher debuts

SECAUCUS, N.J– Walking around the exhibitors’ hall at Kosherfest, the annual kosher food trade show, is like finding yourself at the most intense synagogue kiddush reception you could ever imagine. More...