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School Lists 2020-2021

SCHOOL NAME SCHOOL ADDRESS MENAHEL TELEPHONE Bais Reuven Kamenitz 299 Monmouth Ave. Rabbi Gutfreund Rabbi Grozovsky 363-0579 Cheder Bais Yisroel 1 Southbell Ave. Rabbi M.Z. Feldman Rabbi Shaya Treff 813-4350 Cheder Bnei Torah 419 5th St. Rabbi Bursztyn 367-5508 Cheder Eitz Chaim 1483 East Spruce Rabbi Simcha Klein 276-1211 Cheder Tiferes Yisroel 1100 Cross Street …

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Salad Time

Shawarma and Chickpea Salad Recipe by Mirel Freylich Photo by Chana Rivky Klein Although this salad has a lot of detail, the actual prep time is not too lengthy. Each component of this wonder-salad contributes to its outstanding outcome. Serve it with pita and you’ve got an exciting, wholesome dinner! Yield: 2–4 servings Ingredients: Salad: …

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Closing Argument

Entering the home stretch of the presidential campaign, it’s becoming less and less of a question that the president is the underdog in this race. Poll after poll and projection after projection shows him behind Democratic nominee Joe Biden, with the conventional wisdom hardening and seemingly across the board. As of this writing, the RCP …

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Fall Flavors

Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta The sweetness of the butternut squash complements the creamy sauce beautifully. Yield: 4 servings Ingredients: 3 tablespoons oil 1 small butternut squash, peeled, seeded, and diced 1 zucchini, peeled and diced 1 tablespoon onion soup mix 1 tablespoon garlic powder 3/4 teaspoon salt 2 cups heavy cream 1 lb. pasta, cooked …

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School Lists 2020-2021

SCHOOL NAME SCHOOL ADDRESS MENAHEL TELEPHONE Bais Reuven Kamenitz 299 Monmouth Ave. Rabbi Gutfreund Rabbi Grozovsky 363-0579 Cheder Bais Yisroel 1 Southbell Ave. Rabbi M.Z. Feldman Rabbi Shaya Treff 813-4350 Cheder Bnei Torah 419 5th St. Rabbi Bursztyn 367-5508 Cheder Eitz Chaim 1483 East Spruce Rabbi Simcha Klein 276-1211 Cheder Tiferes Yisroel 1100 Cross Street …

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Election Reflection

Election Reflection Views on Voting, Parties, and Politics By: Penina Nussbaum The 2020 general election is expected to be one of the most consequential in the history of the United States. Policy platforms of the two major parties have become more polarized than ever. The presidential and vice presidential candidates elicit strong feelings on both …

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Healthy Eats

Smoothie Bowls Recipe by Shaindel Steinberg Photo by Chay Berger Yom Tov season is behind us, and I don’t know about you, but I’m definitely looking to return to a healthy routine. Of course, having a routine makes it so much easier to prepare healthy snacks and meals so we can go back to eating …

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Business Name No-No’s

Chaim Schwartz was excited to open his new company specializing in operation management for real estate companies. Although his specialty was numbers, not branding, he’d come up with a few candidates for names. He could go simple—Schwartz Consulting Group—or cute—Watermelon Financial: All Sweet, No Pits—or perhaps simply CSMD, the partners’ initials (his partner’s name was …

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Driven By Concern

Each morning, afternoon, and evening, they spangle Lakewood’s congested streets, transporting our most precious commodity. Behind the large steering wheel of each school bus sits a driver who must keep a sharp eye simultaneously on the road in front of them and on the lively children chattering behind them. Does your daughter’s driver frown at …

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The First Presidential Debate

Shouting, Attacks, Little Substance in First Presidential Debate Meir Kass The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, a much-anticipated event, quickly devolved into chaos and mudslinging. The constant squabbling between the candidates led to a flustered moderator, Chris Wallace, to practically beg President Trump to follow the debate rules …

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