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In the Talmud, Masechet Berachot, Rabbi Levi presents to us this problem: It reads in Psalm 24, “The earth and its fullness belong to the Lord,” but it also reads in Psalm 115, … more
Cedarhurst village officials are asking business owners, residents and visitors to remain vigilant against Covid-19 by the continued wearing of face masks and social distancing in public places.  more
When I was asked to write a piece about what the High Holidays mean to me, I immediately thought about what I do during this time. It’s around the first month of school, I spend a lot of time with my family, and one thing that juts out the most to me, is that I learn all about it in school. more
Hewlett-Woodmere School District Superintendent Dr. Ralph Marino said in a district-wide email to parents that a Hewlett High School student has tested positive for Covid-19. Marino said in an … more
According to the Sages, Yom Kippur was one of two great days of joy in ancient Israel. The Talmud (B. Ta’anit 26b) states: Rabban Simon the son of Gamaliel said: “Never were there for the … more
Shanah Tovah!  Have a good year! But the word shanah means more than year in Hebrew. It means both to change and repeat. Without a doubt, this Rosh Hashana, this New Year and the six months … more
Rabbis typically have to dig deep this time of year to come up with an inspirational message for the high holidays. We comb through the relevant texts, search for incredible stories and formulate a … more
Rabbi Zalman Wolowik, director of the Chabad of the Five Towns, was one of many who attended the historic Abraham Accords signing ceremony at the White House in the Rose Garden on Sept. 15 normalizing relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. more
With schools and business reopening roughly six months after the coronavirus pandemic shut down the area economy, and residents now regularly venturing out — albeit with face masks and frequently sanitized hands — local physicians are warning that Covid-19 remains a genuine threat. more
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital officials plan not to perpetuate the medical nightmare of having gurneys full of patients lining the hallways of its emergency department as the second phase of the overall is completed which has expanded the area from roughly 10,000 square feet to 21,000 square feet. more
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