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  1. JFCS to honor Karasic family

    10.06 / 14:15 njjewishnews.com Njjewishnews.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    BERNIE AND RENÉ Karasic of Deal Park and their daughters Donna Karasic Davidson of Allenhurst and Lisa Karasic of Fair Haven, will be honored at Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) of Monmouth County’s 34th Annual Tribute Dinner. »Read More Published in: New Jersey News…
  2. Singing God’s praise with less-than-angelic voices

    10.06 / 14:15 njjewishnews.com Njjewishnews.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    An off-key summary of the priestly blessings Though I would never criticize my dad, he probably regretted waiting until the last minute to explain the concept of the priestly blessings to me. »Read More Published in: Editor's …
  3. After Vegas, groups press on with gun legislation

    10.06 / 14:15 njjewishnews.com Njjewishnews.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    Reforms may be a long shot in current political environment After 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire from his Las Vegas hotel room, Rabbi Douglas Sagal of Temple Emanu-El in Westfield was struck by the bitter irony that the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history came one day after Yom Kippur, when God seals judgment on who will live and die in the coming year. »Read More Published in: Greater MetroWest …
  4. ‘Some people got it’: Ben Wilson at Montclair State

    10.06 / 14:15 njjewishnews.com Njjewishnews.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    Artist’s dark early works gave way to vibrant abstraction A bleak cubist landscape strewn with human bodies and heads, some bleeding into the earth, greets visitors as they enter the Ben Wilson exhibit at Montclair State University (MSU). »Read More Published in: Greater MetroWest Ne…
  5. Ex-U.S. attorney urges ‘teshuvah’ in justice system

    10.06 / 14:15 njjewishnews.com Njjewishnews.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    PAUL FISHMAN, the former United States attorney for New Jersey who was appointed by President Barack Obama on Oct. 14, 2009, and fired by President Donald Trump on March 10 of this year, cast aside considerations of medicine in his keynote address at the Jewish Law Symposium, “Law, Medicine, and the Pursuit of Justice.” »Read More Published in: New Jersey News, Greater MetroWest News…