Chicago’s Trendiest New Cafe Is Kosher & Other Orthodox Jews in the News
Man Shot Outside Synagogue Near North Miami Beach
The man was outside the Young Israel of Greater Miami on Northeast 171st Street in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Witnesses told police officers the shooter was in a moving black car. A volunteer of Hatzolah, a nonprofit emergency medical service organization that services Jewish communities around the world, was at the synagogue and was able to help the victim.
Singapore’s Orthodox Jews
They turn off their phones and TV for one day a week – even if it means missing important business calls. Here’s how an orthodox Jewish family in Singapore lives.
New West Rogers Park Cafe, Opening Tomorrow, Hopes to Make Kosher Food Cool
The shop will abide by the rules of Chalav Yisrael (sometimes pronounced Cholov Yisroel), a term from Jewish liturgy that refers to all dairy products and the conditions required for them to be considered kosher — namely, the animals that produce milk and supervision during milking by a mashgiach, a religious Jew who insures the kashrut status of an establishment.
With Day School Costs High, More Jewish Families Opt For Home Schooling
Modern Orthodox mother Carmiya Weinraub has five children, the eldest of whom is approaching bat mitzvah. Weinraub decided early on she didn’t want her kids in public school, where kosher and Sabbath restrictions would inhibit their social life.
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