Advice

Kosher Advice For President Clinton

An Englewood rabbi has corresponded with the former president for more than two decades.

10/22/2013
Staff Writer

Rabbi Menachem Genack, CEO of the Orthodox Union’s kosher division and spiritual leader of Congregation Shomrei Emunah in Englewood, N.J., has had another, unofficial, title for two decades — “Bill Clinton’s rabbi.” Since the rabbi and the then-presidential candidate met in 1992, they have engaged in what the former president calls “a written dialogue,” an exchange of thoughts on religious and ethical issues.

Rabbi Menachem Genack: President Clinton “is an enormous friend of Israel.”

Four Isn’t Enough: The Eight Questions You Need to Meet Your Goals (Part 2)

03/30/2012
Jewish Week Online Columnist

When I was in my early twenties, I was feeling confused about my career path, I had suffered a bad romantic breakup, and I was, in general, feeling lost. While Ben and Jerry were my usual go-to life coaches (big on quick, feel-good approaches, limited in their long-range impact planning), I decided to try an out-of-the-box, out of this world tactic: I went to see a psychic.

Deborah Grayson Riegel

Soon By Me, I Say! And By You!

Ladies and gentleman, please give it up for today's guest blogger, my firm friend and fellow Jerusalemite, Beverley Paris, who is my biggest fan next to my dog, Trevor. (Actually, more than my dog, Trevor, but why go there?)

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