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Archive: June 2007

Posted on June 29, 2007

Haredi radio shuns male singer due to feminine voice (YNET NEWS) Singles released by young singer boycotted by haredi stations following angry calls from listeners who thought songs were sung by woman Yael Eichenwald Published: 06.27.07, 17:00 / Israel Jewish Scene Twenty-year-old Eliyahu Haim Fayzakov, a young and talented singer from Netanya, recorded his first Continue Reading »

DIET PEPSI MAX- GINSENG AND CAFFEINE TO RECHARGE YOUR BATTERIES

Posted on June 28, 2007

Diet Pepsi MAX Says ”Wake Up, People!â„¢” New Invigorating Cola with Ginseng and More Caffeine Hits Shelves this Week Survey Reveals the News Behind the Slump PURCHASE, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Americans are tired of being tired. According to a new survey commissioned by Diet Pepsi MAX, an invigorating zero-calorie cola with ginseng and more caffeine, 84 percent Continue Reading »

FORGET THE PASTRAMI- WE'LL HAVE SOMETHING ELSE

Posted on June 27, 2007

Have you had any pastrami lately? Did you notice anything about the meat? “Like what?” you ask. How about lousy meat? How about pastrami made from chuck meat and not brisket? What happened to pastrami so tender it melts in your mouth? How did it happen that much tougher meat is now being used instead? Continue Reading »

KOSHER BAGELS AT 3:00AM

Posted on June 26, 2007

Need a kosher bagel at 3:00am? Nope- neither do we. But if we did, we know where to go! AVI AND DAVID located at 1046 Third Ave, NYC is open 24 hours a day, but closed on shabbat and yom tov. Located between East 61st and East 62nd Streets, the store features bagels and just Continue Reading »

KASHRUTH MEDIATION??

Posted on June 25, 2007

The latest issue of KASHRUS Magazine features an article by the editor calling for mediation in matters of kashruth. The author maintains that disagreements in Kashruth could be better handled in mediation rather than in confrontation. He relates three “popular” and recent disgraceful events that shook the kosher world. Although he does not mention names, Continue Reading »

HOLY COW! SACRED CHOW IS KOSHER AGAIN

Posted on June 25, 2007

This is hot off the press from Kosher-NY RESTAURANT RE-CERTIFIED Dear Kosher-NY Friends, After a gap without hashgachah, Sacred Chow, located at 227 Sullivan Street, between West 3rd Street and Bleecker Street, is now under the hashgachah of Rabbi Zev Schwarcz. According to the Teudah issued on June 13th, all foods at Sacred Chow are Continue Reading »

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

Posted on June 22, 2007

We break from our usual reportage to bring you this public service announcement from the UTJ. Congregations seeking rabbis/cantors for the yamim noraim (the high holidays) can phone the UTJ office and ask for placement. UTJ affiliated rabbis and cantors are commited to halacha, are pre screened, and represent an amazing array of talents and Continue Reading »

Mulberry Powder May Suppress Blood Glucose Rise

Posted on June 21, 2007

From Natural Products Marketing E magazine Posted on: 06/15/2007 SENDAI, Japan—Optimizing levels of 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) in mulberry appears to help suppress abnormally high blood glucose levels, possibly helping to prevent diabetes onset, according to a new study (J Agric Food Chem, ePub June 8, 2007; ASAP Article 10.1021/jf062680g S0021-8561(06)02680-X). In the two-pronged investigation, coordinated out Continue Reading »

KISS MY HEINIE IN A NEW CAN

Posted on June 20, 2007

Press Release: Why Heineken USA Is Charging Ahead With a Red Bull-ish Can Design June 18, 2007 By Mike Beirne CHICAGO — Heineken USA is aiming for some buzz by tweaking its packaging again, this time with a “Slim Can” design for its Heineken Premium Light that resembles Red Bull’s can. The 12-oz. HPL can, Continue Reading »

THE OU ON STRAWBERRIES

Posted on June 19, 2007

This alert came from the OU. We offer it as is with no commentary from us. Fresh strawberries have long been recognized as being prone to insect infestation, including aphids, small mites and thrips, and should not be consumed unless prepared in a proper manner. These insects are found primarily under the green leafy crown Continue Reading »