Plenty of Choice: The shelves of Manhattan?s Fairway supermarket are filled with gluten-free kosher-for-Passover food products.
Have I Got a Grave for You: Plots at Jewish cemeteries are being hawked on the internet and through classified ads, even though state laws prohibit such transactions.
Storming: Rabbi Marjorie Slome of West End Temple in the Rockaways wonders if the synagogue will ever get help to repair damage caused by superstorm Sandy.
School Rule: Rivka Holzer, a sophomore at Barnard College, practices shomer negiah.
Fight the Power: Activist Oscar Cohen and the NAACP are fighting the Orthodox-dominated school board in upstate East Ramapo, N.Y.
Doctor?s Orders: Dr. Richard Grazi says he has scores of testimonials from Orthodox women who suffered from ?halachic infertility.?
Not the Answer: Forcing rabbis to report sex abuse allegations, as Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes wants, may intimidate families into staying quiet.
Eternal Rest: The president of this New Jersey cemetery was forced to give up leadership roles at three New York cemeteries amid allegations of excessive compensation.
Grandstand Move? Charles Hynes says he is pushing for a new law that would force rabbis to report abuse. But state lawmakers suggest he hasn?t been part of the legislative process.
Firing Back: Sensing his legacy at stake, Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes fired back at critics in a landmark extensive interview.
Lessons Learned: First-graders at Hatikvah Intenational Academy, a Hebrew-language charter school in East Brunswick, N.J., learn about Israel.