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Jason Toff's resume reads like a short list of some of the biggest and most popular tech companies in the world. He has worked for Google, YouTube, Vine, and currently works as Director of Product Management at Facebook. Over the years, his successful career in the tech industry has led him to live in such places as Manhattan, Hoboken, San Francisco, Menlo Park, and the East Bay area of California. So where does he live now? The very place he was born and raised: the Lehigh Valley ... READ MORE
Jewish tradition teaches "each Jew is responsible for one another." We are an interdependent people. That is how we have survived and thrived over so many millennia in spite of the fact that so many have tried to destroy us. The Lehigh Valley Jewish community certainly understands this, as do its clergy members ... READ MORE
There are so many things to see and do here in the Lehigh Valley Jewish community that contribute to our quality of life. One such place is the Sigal Museum in Easton, which in one of its past lives was home to a bridal mall. This recipe is inspired by that period ... READ MORE
In 2017, Rabbi Michael Singer of Congregation Brith Sholom in Bethlehem saw the spikes of antisemitism and hate on the national news and wanted to change interfaith relations in his city. To do so, he ended up going door to door at local houses of worship to get the conversation started. Now, the project has expanded beyond his expectations ... READ MORE