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This Way That Way
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Chavi Feldman
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Michal Frischman
tastes like shabbos
Blumi Sebbag
Read-Along Storytime
“Let’s make a carnival! We’ll charge an entry fee, and make loads of cash!”
R. Atkins
Read-Along Storytime
In my grandmother’s home, they ate a lot of potatoes My grandmother, Rebbetzin Vichna Kaplan, was known for her tremendous work in bringing Bais Yaakov to America. She was at the Bais Yaakov day and night, and came home pretty late on Erev Shabbos, to the point where I think my family is among the
R. Atkins
Fiction
A car turned the corner, slowing near her house. Her heart dropped. Buick, definitely from the ‘60s. This was not a good sign
S. Botnick
Family Tempo
“Leave me out of your cult, I told her, and I shut her out of my life. We’d been real close before, and she’d ruined it”
Esty Heller
Family First Feature
“There’s a deep, vital security in knowing that, no matter how improbable a visit is, home is still there”
Musia Slavin
LifeLines
If ever there was a situation of b’makom sh’ein anashim, hishtadel lihyos ish, I thought to myself, this is it
C. Saphir
What a Year Can Do
As a new year dawns, what did we learn — and how have we changed?
Dean Robert Goldschmidt
What a Year Can Do
As a new year dawns, what did we learn — and how have we changed?
Adrian Garbacz
Video Feature
Follow Rabbi Schwartz around Tzipori and hear the amazing stories from the time of the mishna and gemara
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
News In Depth
A blast of warmth from Dubai: On site report from a newly welcoming land 
Yaakov Amsalem
Feature Articles
Can thousands of Breslovers fuse spirituality with safety in the heart of Ukraine?
Ben Horodenker
Podcast: Mars & Venus Leave Egypt
Would you prefer to be the one taking the Jews out of Egypt...or Egypt out of the Jews?
Miriam Kosman
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi Menachem Karmel, Rabbi Zvi Bender and Rabbi Ari Schonfeld, moderated by Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi David Ozeri, Dr. Eli Shapiro, and Mrs. Aliza Feder, moderated by Mr. Alex Paskie WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
Feature Articles
“On Rosh Hashanah, every Jew stands in the position I was in — and he gets an electric shock for life”
Aryeh Ehrlich and Yisrael A. Groweiss
Feature Articles
Rabbi Shlomo Gissinger used halachic authority with genuine warmth and love
Elisheva Appel
Video Feature
Rav Leuchter unbound on Elul with Rav Wolbe, corona and lasting change
Gedalia Guttentag
Dreamscapes
Although the world of psychology has made huge strides, I was concerned that we, as kallah teachers, hadn’t yet caught up
Elisheva Appel
Year in Review
5780 was probably the toughest year in decades in the US, but it was also a year full of heroes
Yochonon Donn
Year in Review
The pandemic hasn’t so much marked the dawning of a new age as accelerated pre-existing trends
Gedalia Guttentag
True Account
As I fell into bed at 3:00 a.m., all I could think of was how much strength we’ll need to traverse the exhausting road ahead of us
Yael Schuster
Family Tempo
Her lungs failed. Her brain was bleeding. Yet her family clung to hope
Rut Halevi
For the Record
While both Rav Chaim Ozer and the Chofetz Chaim were able to reestablish themselves in independent Poland, they never ceased in their attempts to assist the Jews of Russia
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Video Feature
Follow Rabbi Schwartz around Tzipori and hear the amazing stories from the time of the mishna and gemara
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Fiction
In my grandmother’s home, they ate a lot of potatoes My grandmother, Rebbetzin Vichna Kaplan, was known for her tremendous work in bringing Bais Yaakov to America. She was at the Bais Yaakov day and night, and came home pretty late on Erev Shabbos, to the point where I think my family is among the
Gila Arnold
Fiction
Tamar's life felt all wrong. Did the Sorting Sheitel make a mistake?
Gila Arnold
FamilyTable Feature
In my grandmother’s home, they ate a lot of potatoes My grandmother, Rebbetzin Vichna Kaplan, was known for her tremendous work in bringing Bais Yaakov to America. She was at the Bais Yaakov day and night, and came home pretty late on Erev Shabbos, to the point where I think my family is among the
FamilyTable Contributors
Family Room
Here are some concepts to get you from WFH to WFH: We Feel Harried to Working From Home
Shira Weinstein
Day in the Life
Yehoshua Berger is the owner of EsrogShopper.com. He’s based in Lakewood, New Jersey
Rachel Bachrach
5 to 9
"A person is always most happy when he works in an area he loves that speaks to his strengths"
Moe Mernick
EndNote
Yossele Rosenblatt's music has stood the test of time and continues to bring the legacy of a great chazzan and a gutte Yid to a new generation
Riki Goldstein
On your Mark
Too many people never saw Torah’s beauty. Allison Josephs helps them discover it
Miriam Milstein
Family First Feature
Tech executive. Concert pianist. Ola Sergatchov bridges professions and worlds
Esther Ilana Rabi
Tech Talk
The demands on the modern-day religious woman pull her in 30 different directions at all times. We move on to the next task without finishing the first
Aliza Feder
What a Year Can Do
As a new year dawns, what did we learn — and how have we changed?
Dean Robert Goldschmidt
What a Year Can Do
As a new year dawns, what did we learn — and how have we changed?
Adrian Garbacz
Video Feature
Rav Leuchter unbound on Elul with Rav Wolbe, corona and lasting change
Gedalia Guttentag
Video Feature
Follow Rabbi Schwartz around Tzipori and hear the amazing stories from the time of the mishna and gemara
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Counter Point
They are not traveling away from, disgruntled and searching for the ever-elusive greener grass of the other side. They are traveling to
Mishpacha Readers
Voice in the Crowd
The relationship between the Mishpacha community and its Torah leaders
Yisroel Besser
Club Jr.
In my grandmother’s home, they ate a lot of potatoes My grandmother, Rebbetzin Vichna Kaplan, was known for her tremendous work in bringing Bais Yaakov to America. She was at the Bais Yaakov day and night, and came home pretty late on Erev Shabbos, to the point where I think my family is among the
Jr. Contributors
Club Jr.
In my grandmother’s home, they ate a lot of potatoes My grandmother, Rebbetzin Vichna Kaplan, was known for her tremendous work in bringing Bais Yaakov to America. She was at the Bais Yaakov day and night, and came home pretty late on Erev Shabbos, to the point where I think my family is among the
Jr. Contributors
True Account
As I fell into bed at 3:00 a.m., all I could think of was how much strength we’ll need to traverse the exhausting road ahead of us
Yael Schuster
Feature Articles
When so many others threw up their hands in despair, Rabbi Yehudah Kazsirer's team stepped forward — because for them, “impossible” doesn’t exist
Eytan Kobre
Video Feature
Rav Leuchter unbound on Elul with Rav Wolbe, corona and lasting change
Gedalia Guttentag
Podcast: The Rose Report
LISTEN: You’re not going to hear name calling and automatic political branding. What you will hear from me is what I know about Harris from personal observation of her in action
Binyamin Rose
More Food
Bakeaways
Can you go into Rosh Hashanah without a jar of honey cookies?!
Faigy Grossman
PlateArt
Surprise your family this Yom Tov with a delicious treat of sautéed leek hidden in the center of your round challah
Esther Ottensosser
Recipes
For those who are beet averse (ahem, yours truly), this is a cool and sweet twist that you can serve for dessert on Rosh Hashanah and be yotzei the beet siman
Chaia Frishman
Recipes
My mother always puts leeks in her chicken soup, and they’ve been my favorite part of the soup since I was a kid. They might be annoying to clean, but that sweet allium flavor is ...
Michal Frischman
FamilyTable Feature
FamilyTable Contributors
Recipes
I love the acidity that pomegranate molasses brings to food. The sweet and tart flavor is soooo perfect for a rich protein like salmon!
Danielle Renov