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Lakewood Hires Its First-Ever Orthodox Jewish Police Cadet With an Orthodox Jewish community making up most of Lakewood’s rapidly growing population, the township has hired its first-ever Orthodox police cadet, officials said. “I’m excited about it,” Lakewood Mayor Ray Coles said Thursday. “I think it’s significant for any community to […]
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This ain’t your Bubbie’s brisket. For the third year in a row, a kosher chef has placed in the winner’s circle at Brisket King, NYC Biggest Brisket Competition, with Chef Josh Massin of Teaneck’s Nobo Wine and Grill coming in third place this past Sunday. Now in its seventh year, […]
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This ain’t your Bubbie’s brisket. For the third year in a row, a kosher chef has placed in the winner’s circle at Brisket King, NYC Biggest Brisket Competition, with Chef Josh Massin of Teaneck’s Nobo Wine and Grill coming in third place this past Sunday. Now in its seventh year, […]
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Lakewood Orthodox Leaders to Trump: Rethink Charlottesville Rabbi Aaron Kotler speaks out against Trump’s lack of reaction to Charlottesville. Kotler, CEO of Beth Medrash Govoha, and Weisberg are members of Lakewood’s Vaad, or Jewish council, which represents a large amount of the Orthodox Jewish community in public policy issues. The […]
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This Woman Ran a Marathon While 7 Months Pregnant With Her 5th Kid — And She Dominated Beatie Deutsch used to be the fastest runner in her family when they would race each other on annual beach trips. Then she got married and had four kids in six years. She […]
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  Obama Should Pardon This Iowa Kosher Food Executive Two U.S. Attorneys make the case for why Sholom Rubashkin should be pardoned before President Obama’s term comes to a close next month. Rubashkin has served more than seven years of his life sentence which was commuted to 25 years.   […]
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