March 28, 2018 RSS feed / Columns

Make an impact this Passover for Jews at home and around the world

FEDERATION 411

The tastes, smells, and memories of Passover are some of what we hold dearest when we gather around our Seder tables to retell the story of our ancestors’ courage. More...

What has Facebook been doing with my data?

COMPUSCHMOOZE

Social media and mainstream news outlets were exploding with the revelation that a data analytics firm—bankrolled by conservative hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer and his daughter Rebecca, and whose board once included Breitbart.com leader More...

In a world of hashtags, join JFCS in person to be truly ‘social’

STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART

Spring is the season of rebirth, and of welcoming change. More...

SJR BBYO experiences tremendous growth, with over 700 members

BBYO BLOCK

South Jersey Region (SJR) BBYO is always growing, but this year the region set even loftier goals for its members. SJR wanted to grow to over 700 brothers and sisters, which would be nearly an additional 100 members in just one year. More...

Four strategies to help you save when next year’s tax return is due

MONEY MATTERS

Two months ago, we touched on some recently enacted tax changes for New Jersey taxpayers. More...

You’ll love this no-bake strawberry coconut pie for Passover

I first tried raw vegan coconut cream pie years ago at Café Gratitude, one of the popular plant-based restaurants in Los Angeles. Café Gratitude is a quintessential healthy L.A. eatery. More...

A Passover passage happens, as our daughters take over Seder hosting

SALLY’S WORLD

As the days to Passover began to race by this year, it hit me. Hard. This will be the last Passover when we live in our current house, the one that holds so many memories of Passovers past. More...