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Cooking for Passover with a little help from friends

Cooking with BethPublished: 23 March 2010

Time to use up the chamatz

Cooking with BethPublished: 08 March 2010

Three delicious kugels

Cooking with BethPublished: 23 February 2010

What to do with ripe bananas

Cooking with BethPublished: 08 February 2010

Warm soup for a cold night

Cooking with BethPublished: 29 January 2010


Cooking with BethPublished: 22 January 2010
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Cry me a river

generalPublished: 01 February 2008

It's been two and a half years since Hurricane Katrina turned New Orleans — a thriving city, full of life and music, into a ghost town. Just imagine your hometown being hit by a hurricane and the damage lingering for years. Your neighbors are long gone, the grocery stores and gas stations are closed, the enrollment at your child's Jewish day school is down by 50 percent, and the FEMA trailer you were given as temporary shelter (which you still call home) has made you sick from the formaldehyde in its construction. Welcome to New Orleans — January '008.

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A street sign named Weiner

LocalPublished: 08 March 2007

Rabbi Arthur D. Weiner and Paramus Mayor James Tedesco. Photo by Fred L. Harris

Rabbi Arthur D. Weiner, who is celebrating 10 years of service to the Jewish Community Center of Paramus, said he "is proud of what the JCCP contributes to the community at large."

Clearly, the community is proud of Rabbi Weiner as well. On March 1, Paramus Mayor James Tedesco read a proclamation declaring the day "Rabbi Arthur Weiner Day" in the town.

More than 1'5 congregants, friends, family members, and Paramus residents attended the tribute ceremony, which culminated in the erection of a sign renaming the corner near Paramus Borough Hall. Now known as "Rabbi Arthur Weiner Way," the street will bear the rabbi's name for approximately 30 days.

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