“And they will say: Surely this must be a wise and understanding people…”
Saturday August 1st 2015

Life Imitating Enclave

Romney in a Landslide!

Well, in the Enclave at least… “Take a four-square-block slice of Gravesend, Brooklyn, a warren of [Read More]

Well, if they didn’t hate us before

The police say that the suspected "hate crime" on Ocean Parkway was probably just a "hate insurance scam" [Read More]

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Crispy crusts [life imitating]

Or, what happens when you don't pay the JSOR on time. (courtesy of reader GS and the Asbury Park Press) [Read More]

Random Articles

Caught, for God’s Sake!

A heavy blow was dealt to the enclave yesterday, as some of the community's most trusted, religious, and morally upright figures were found to be guilty of the most serious crime imaginable: getting [Read More]

Ashley Dupre: From Red Light to the Lighthouse

A minor celebrity is spotted in Belmar. [Read More]

Kippur: The Aftermath

What happens the morning after the holiest day of the Jewish year? The Enclave finds that most SYs are ready to resume life as usual, while still humming Selihot tunes. [Read More]

Pride of China Flown In for Proposal

In a fortuitous and completely unexpected event, one community man proposed to his girlfriend before a crowd of friends and relatives, to a background of pomp and bombast not seen since the Beijing [Read More]

Do High Holidays = High Returns?

Answering perhaps the most important question of the holiday period. The rewards can be astronomical. [Read More]

Entrepreneurship Focus: “Chadame.com”

Inspired by the success of sites like eBay and Facebook, some young entrepreneurs have launched "Maid to Order" (www.chadame.com). [Read More]

Father, New Fiancé “So Close”, Says Girl

A recently engaged community girl has been bragging to her friends about how extraordinarily well her father gets along with her new fiancé. The two men share common interests, similar life [Read More]

Rabbi-gate Spurs Fears for The Enclave’s Survival

After the events of July 23, it was clear to community members everywhere that some things had changed forever. No longer could they frequent area bars, car dealerships, or the Witness Protection [Read More]