By Masada Siegel
A Survival Guide To Traveling To Israel With Little Kids
Israel offers a plethora of activities for families from picnics at the beach to cultural ones designed just for kids; such as the Tel Aviv Museum’s family art tour, which brings masterpieces to life. Parents can opt for walks in Yarkon Park where kids can explore play areas, a climbing wall, paddle boats, go on…
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Meet Michal Kohane, the latest Maharat-in-training to be offered a pulpit in the Modern Orthodox Prospect Heights Shul in the heart of brownstone Brooklyn. Kohane was recently announced as the new “Rosh Kehila,” head of the community, by the community rabbi Ysoscher Katz. Born and raised in Israel, Kohane has had a leading role in…
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