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122 views, By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
South Orange Synagogue's Teen Program Incorporates Religious and Recreational Activities

471 views, By Caryl Communications
Reform Synagogue in South Orange Offers Early Shabbat Services, Relaxed Atmosphere and “Awesome Onegs” as Part of Worship and Communal Life

479 views, By GladSoles Barefoot Sandals
For the 3rd straight year, Rich Gladstone, owner of GladSoles Sandals, lined up to race in Seton Hall University's Farinella 5K.

487 views, By GladSoles Barefoot Sandals
GladSoles, minimalist barefoot sandals maker, sponsors Newstead 5K race in South Orange, NJ

429 views, By Caryl Communications
Congregation Establishes Rabbinic Endowment for Jewish Learning that Reflects Rabbi Daniel Cohen's Focus on Education and Community's Appreciation

643 views, By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

545 views, By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

942 views, By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer David Cooper dives into The Attic, Psalm 44, and The Lute and the Scars citing the Shoah themes plus the lyrical and whimsical quality of the translation. Highly recommended to foreign literature fans and D. Kiš devotees.

1411 views, By New York Journal of Books
America...the brave...the beautiful..the divided..the evolving, New York Journal of Books has reviewed myriad titles written about this great country, its people, politics and culture. This week's homepage theme is BOOK AMERICA 2012.

1992 views, By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer Gordon S. Grice: "Handmade Houses: A Century of Earth-Friendly Home Design Richard Olsen has presented a valuable survey of the development of this building type over the past 75 years. The book is beautiful, informative, and beguiling"

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122 views, By Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel
South Orange Synagogue's Teen Program Incorporates Religious and Recreational Activities

471 views, By Caryl Communications
Reform Synagogue in South Orange Offers Early Shabbat Services, Relaxed Atmosphere and “Awesome Onegs” as Part of Worship and Communal Life

159 views, By Caryl Communications
South Orange Synagogue's Members and Students Donate Food, Time and Hands to Keep Shelves Stocked and Serve Clients

479 views, By GladSoles Barefoot Sandals
For the 3rd straight year, Rich Gladstone, owner of GladSoles Sandals, lined up to race in Seton Hall University's Farinella 5K.

212 views, By GladSoles
For the 3rd straight year, Rich Gladstone, owner of GladSoles Sandals, showed up and tried his best to win the Newstead 5K Race.

487 views, By GladSoles Barefoot Sandals
GladSoles, minimalist barefoot sandals maker, sponsors Newstead 5K race in South Orange, NJ

780 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviews Do Cool Sh*t and uncovers what's not in the book: her restaurant for lactose intolerant, gluten free, and vegan diners was briefly closed by New York City Dept. of Health for Healthcare violations.

429 views, By Caryl Communications
Congregation Establishes Rabbinic Endowment for Jewish Learning that Reflects Rabbi Daniel Cohen's Focus on Education and Community's Appreciation

336 views, By Caryl Communications
South Orange Synagogue Will Use MetroWest ABLE Grant to Make Preschool Wing Fully Accessible

341 views, By My Salon Scoop Consulting
Author and Consultant Veronica Woods Interviewed Hairstylist and Salon Owner Keith Harley To Discuss Tips to Build A Profitable Community Network On the A-List Salon Radio Show on Wednesday, May 22, 2013

473 views, By NY Journal of Books
Reading calms frazzled nerves. Losing yourself in a book compels the mind to concentrate and eases tensions. Stressed about choosing a read? Alleviate the hassle by relying on the best book reviews online at NY Journal of Books

600 views, By New York Journal of Books
Jackie Robinson Day is a fitting tribute to major league baseball's #42, a giant among men and a player whose determination and accomplishments on and off the field compelled America to confront harmful racial stereotypes.

1298 views, By New York Journal of Books
A failed marriage is not funny. "Life in a Marital Institution" described by NYJB as a “tedious diatribe." The author, “a sad, pointless, immature man walking away from his family because he can’t bear to be wrong." Where's the...

695 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jim Thompson, a leading author of Nordic Noir in Finland, notes Ake Edwardson’s unusually meandering story in the newly released translation of Room No.

586 views, By New York Journal of Books
"The Mapmaker's War: A Legend" is an inspiring tale with a feminist spin. A laudatory review in New York Journal of Books is accompanied by an exclusive in depth interview that explains the author's writing process.

383 views, By New York Journal of Books
Author Priscille Sibley's debut novel illuminates end of life entanglements, addressing the complex process of grief and how it affects survivors. It's a compelling drama that grips the heart and moves readers to wonder, what would I do?

678 views, By New York Journal of Books
This memoir is a poignant tale about a search for answers, revealing the enduring power of a son's love and the overwhelming sense of loss that fuels the quest for information about his fathers untimely death. It's a sensational read.

430 views, By New York Journal of Books
"Banzai Babe Ruth: Baseball, Espionage, and Assassination During the 1934 Tour of Japan" lauded by eminent baseball historian Dorothy Seymour Mills for thorough research and accurate depiction of Babe Ruth's 1934 baseball tour of Japan.

539 views, By New York Journal of Books
The ACLU has adopted positions that affect our lives. Read the inside story behind the American Civil Liberties Union and its decisions regarding privacy on birth control, rape, sexual harassment, and gay rights.

982 views, By New York Journal of Books
It’s that time of year and you’re shopping for a reasonably priced present with a lot of impact. "Coloring for Grownups: The Adult Activity Book" fits the bill. It inspires memories of childhood play infused with adult mischief. Great gift!

643 views, By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

545 views, By New York Journal of Books
Are you tearing your hair out trying to come up with gift ideas for the children in your life? Have you considered a book? A book is engaging, fun, and educational, and it will be remembered always. New York Journal of Books makes the choice easy.

495 views, By New York Journal of Books
The top-selling genre, romance fiction attracts millions of readers. A recent release, Come Fly with Me, breaks out of a predictable romance template to weave a contemporary story punctuated by vivid descriptions of a picturesque landscape.

532 views, By New York Journal of Books
Diehard KISS fans, hard line rockers, and even casual listeners will rock to new books about the legendary band. Replete with facts, anecdotes and never before articulated tales, NYJB's KISS expert appraises these tantalizing tell-alls.

491 views, By New York Journal of Books
NO MORE BULL, October is National Bullying Prevention month. New York Journal of Books reviews an array of titles that address this issue and offer guidance to families, teachers and school administrators who are facing and fighting this crisis.

326 views, By KenCor Publishing. LLC.
(New York, N.Y.- August 8th)- Kenya L. Noël, is here with her first novel "Weathering the Storm". This is going to be the best of many books to come! This novel is set to release to the ebook & hard copy on August 25th, 2012.

722 views, By New York Journal of Books
"Against Security: How We Go Wrong at Airports, Subways, and Other Sites of Ambiguous Danger" questions America's security response to 9/11. Are our methods effective or are they a means of quelling the deep seated fears that were born on 9/11/2001?

942 views, By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer David Cooper dives into The Attic, Psalm 44, and The Lute and the Scars citing the Shoah themes plus the lyrical and whimsical quality of the translation. Highly recommended to foreign literature fans and D. Kiš devotees.

727 views, By New York Journal of books
New York Journal of Books’ review of Psycho USA depicts killers who have committed heinous crimes throughout history. This book could contribute to a deeper understanding of the alarming rise in psychotic behavior in our society.

505 views, By New York Journal of Books
National Bullying Prevention Month is in October. But students are now returning to school. New York Journal of Books has reviewed books that offer guidance to families who are facing this challenge. Bullying is a crisis we must prevent.

411 views, By New York Journal of Books
Interest in the Olympics and the lures of London are at fever pitch. NYJB feeds the fire by highlighting reviews of titles celebrating the culture and history of London and stories of athletic excellence.

630 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Kenneth Allard holds author David E Sanger responsible for compromising American military and diplomatic secrets in his new book, Confront and Conceal: Obama's Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power.

1411 views, By New York Journal of Books
America...the brave...the beautiful..the divided..the evolving, New York Journal of Books has reviewed myriad titles written about this great country, its people, politics and culture. This week's homepage theme is BOOK AMERICA 2012.

512 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer John L. Murphy Ph.D writes, "In a history illustrating the importance of global ties for the Irish, its links to a European economy facing unprecedented challenges by its own unity serve as a cautionary tale".

1197 views, By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Stephen Roulac: "Mark Updegrove’s scholarly mastery of oral histories, original source documents, and presidential writings, combined with a flair for exquisite storytelling make for a fascinating, can’t-put-down, lust-for-more read".

470 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Darren Richard Carlaw writes "These writers examined the intersection of race, culture, and gender in the Western metropolis, and challenged the definition of what it meant to be “British” in the 20th centuries"

1992 views, By New York Journal of Books
NYJB reviewer Gordon S. Grice: "Handmade Houses: A Century of Earth-Friendly Home Design Richard Olsen has presented a valuable survey of the development of this building type over the past 75 years. The book is beautiful, informative, and beguiling"

818 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Vinton Rafe McCabe writes, "No other writer has moved me as much as Benjamin Busch has in writing about war. No other writer has created such a moment of grace . . ."

869 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jeffery Feiner writes, “If you are in search of a mindless read, are a rabid fan of Mr. Goreski, and have little to no fashion expertise, then this book is for you for you".

514 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer David E. Spiro writes, " Dr. Soros shows us once again in these essays that he is not only a competent trader. If we were all as good at political economy as he is there would be no financial bubbles".

693 views, By New York Journal of Books
Cynthia Doran writes,“With The Art of Medicine: Over 2,000 Years of Images and Imagination on your lap a faraway gallery is made available—a gallery in which the past and the current worlds appear, both filtered through the art of medicine.”

520 views, By New York Journal of Books
NYJB Reviewer Jerry Mark Silverman writes, "Ms. Dudziak’s answer to those questions is that a failure to recalibrate our thinking about what must be accepted during times of “war” poses a threat to Americans’ civil liberties."

482 views, By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Kathy Barber Hersh writes, "“Parents fighting to keep band, drama, and dance programs alive in their children’s schools need to read The Muses Go to School: Conversations About the Necessity of Arts in Education"

284 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Vinton Rafe McCabe writes, "Monstress packs enough literary heat to excite even the most winter ravaged among us. It is highly recommended".

622 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Jeffrey Feiner writes, "This petite anthology will have the most seasoned of fashionable folks blushing—especially when one of the fables’ morals hits home in the most uncomfortable and revelatory ways".

386 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Graham Storrs writes, "The Fear Index is a solid, competent techno-thriller, carefully researched and intelligently executed. If you enjoy this genre...put this one on your to-be-read list"

674 views, By New York Journal of Books
New York Journal of Books reviewer Geri Spieler writes, "The book is presented as a diary of sorts, each chapter alternating authors. The reader gets a glimpse of this work from both perspectives that add an interesting element to the subject."

443 views, By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Fran Hawthorne praises Rachel Herz, “Ms. Herz indeed proves her point about ‘benign masochism.’ We are disgusted by disgust. And we can’t stop reading about it."

878 views, By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Stephen Roulac writes,"Susan Cain’s extraordinary must-read, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, explores the important...and largely under-appreciated role of introverts in contemporary culture"

248 views, By New York Journal of Books
Reviewer Renee C. Fountain writes, “Fraught with doubts, broken dreams, and heartbreaking realizations...'I'll Be Dead' unwittingly epitomizes the strength and courage necessary to the face the challenges that life often presents.”



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