Orthodox Jews in the News Weekly Round-Up 7/1/16

‘Rising Above’ Helps Kids Overcome Challenges Through Inspirational Stories Parents are always looking for ways to motivate their kids. In this Parenting report, NY1’s Shelley Goldberg is joined by Gregory Zuckerman and his son Elijah, authors of “Rising Above,” who found inspiration in personal stories from some well-known athletes. Their kippahs are proudly visible throughout […]

Orthodox Jews in the News: Weekly Round Up 9/24

Three Wheels and Three Walls in NY – Levi Duchman invented the ‘pedi-sukkah’ – a mobile sukkah, attached to a tricycle that can now be found in 15 states and five different countries The Jewish College Soccer Team Defying Stereotypes – The Yeshiva University ‘Maccabees’ are as dedicated to making their own minyan before a match […]

Orthodox Jews in the News: Weekly Round Up 9/16

Filter Fish – At Life’s End, Rediscovering the Joys of a Childhood Favorite – Oliver Sacks, neurologist and best-selling author, passed away on August 30th. He writes of his early love of his mother’s gefilte fish, the caretaker who learned to make it for him many years later, and how, at the end of his life, […]

Orthodox Jews In The News: Weekly Round Up

“Hasidic ‘Rocker Chicks’ Bulletproof Stockings Seek Broader Audience”  Bulletproof Stockings is a Hasidic all-female alt-rock band led by Dalia Shusterman and Perl Wolfe. Based in Brooklyn, they perform to women-only audiences. Their recent gig at Lower East Side rock venue “Arlene’s Grocery” drew their most diverse crowds ever as well as a lot of media […]

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