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Free Printable Mezuzah Scrolls – Not!

They say that there is a market for everything.  What about an object that you and probably very few other people in the Jewish world have ever thought of. Well, the search for a free online Printable Mezuzah Scroll obviously has had some serious inquiries with intent to buy. I am really impressed. This totally […]

Something New Under the Sun?

Rachel Kranzberg Miller claims that she has discovered a revolutionary fine silver material called Precious Metal Clay or PMC.  Is this possible? Is this accurate? She is a metal artist who was named a finalist for the Niche Award, a national honor celebrating excellence and innovation in American and Canadian fine crafts. The Mizel Jewish […]

Oy Vey, Father Ray!!

Father Ray Suriani recently delivered a sermon entitled, ‘Keeping our spiritual mezuzahs straight.’ Yes, you probably can already sniff out that something just isn’t going to be kosher.  On November 4th in a church in Westerly, Rhode Island, he told about how one of his congregants pointed out that the steeple of their church became […]

A Corona Comeback

On October 24th, the Tifereth Israel Synagogue in Corona, Queens officially rededicated the century old house of worship. Constructed in 1911, this stately building was made from wood, which over the course of time rotted and disintegrated. Funding for the project took a decade, and restoration of the exterior took two years, but resulted in […]

No Excuses

The West Seattle Torah Learning Center in the state of Washington is planning to host ‘Mezuzah Day’ on Sunday, November 11th. Rabbi Yehuda Greer, the reigning spiritual leader of the congregation, will make a “house call” to your home or apartment if you need a mezuzah for your entranceway. The mezuzah is free. The Rabbi […]

An Amulet, Is It or Isn’t It?

An amulet collection spanning 8,000 years is up for auction in Tel Aviv this Tuesday at Ben-Ami Endres Auctions, brought to you by collector Lenny Wolfe. If you’re in the market, the artifacts range in price from $25 to $5,000. The throat bone of a wolf that was used in the late 19th and early […]

Miami Heat Mezuzah

It could be a thoughtful gift for Dad, a brother, student, or even a sports minded kid, but if you are a Miami Heat basketball fan you’ll need one for yourself. The distinctive logo colors of black, white, and touch of yellow flame topping off a red basketball sunk down through the hoop reveals a […]

LA Lakers Mezuzah

Enthusiastic Los Angeles Lakers fans will be the new pacesetters on the block with the true- to-life colors of the team’s insignia embossed on an authentic LA Lakers mezuzah. It is crafted of sturdy metal, 4 inches in length and 1 inch in width. It is classic, tasteful, and readily identifies the dedicated sports fan […]

The Menorah gets a Mezuzah

The Menorah- Chabad Jewish Center is the largest and most elaborate Chabad House built to date. The edifice was dedicated today by Mr. Gennandy Bogolubov, the President of the Dnepropetrovsk Jewish Community. The mezuzah for the banquet hall was affixed in a ceremony by the Chief Rabbi of Russia and Chabad Shliach to Moscow, Rabbi Berel […]

“An Article of Hope”

“An Article of Hope” is a new documentary which will be screened on October 20th at the Oshman Family Jewish Center in Palo Alto, California. This one hour film recaps the life of Ilan Ramon, a heroic ace fighter pilot, squadron leader of the 1981 attack on Iraq’s nuclear facility, and Israel’s first astronaut in […]