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Family First Feature
Kayla Markowitz
Double Take
Rochel Samet
Corona Crisis: The Day After
Dr. Ruchama Fund
Corona Crisis: The Day After
Shoshana Friedman
Friendship Fix
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Family Activities
LISTEN to R. Atkins tell the story, and the picture as you do
R. Atkins
Family Activities
LISTEN to the story read by R. Atkins + color the picture as you do
R. Atkins
Corona Crisis: The Day After
We shared everything — and then I married her brother I https://mishpacha.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/friendR.jpghave a friend — we’ll call her Sarah — who has been my closest friend since high school. Coming from a city with a tiny frum community, she boarded in my hometown for the last two years of high school and then we went to seminary
Gedalia Guttentag
Corona Crisis: The Day After
When the dust settles, our young working guy is facing a crisis he never prepared for
Gershy Tress
Feature Articles
Rabbi Ari Schonfeld leads night seder for 1,500 eager teens
Rachel Bachrach
Tribute
For Dr. Marvin Schick, no Jewish child could be left behind
Eytan Kobre
EndNote
Both happy music coupled with dance and slow, soul-stirring songs can create a real hisorerus
Riki Goldstein
EndNote
We shared everything — and then I married her brother I https://mishpacha.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/friendR.jpghave a friend — we’ll call her Sarah — who has been my closest friend since high school. Coming from a city with a tiny frum community, she boarded in my hometown for the last two years of high school and then we went to seminary
Riki Goldstein
Kitchen Encounters
There had to be a better way, a way to simplify grocery shopping so that crowds, lines, and deliveries could be bypassed and everyone’s safety ensured
Barbara Bensoussan
Recipes
The perfect tasty solution for people with food allergies and kids who attend nut-free schools because it’s made from an array of seeds.
Beth Warren
Feature Articles
A civilian K9 unit with Yiddish-speaking pooches protects Israelis
Rachel Ginsberg
On Site
In the skies with Israel’s police airborne unit
Shlomi Gil
Know This
As a nurse in a COVID ward, I see misery — and hope, compassion, and miracles
Elisheva Appel
Profiles
Dr. Yehuda Sabiner got his real education in the Covid ward
Sharon Gelbach
Fiction
We shared everything — and then I married her brother I https://mishpacha.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/friendR.jpghave a friend — we’ll call her Sarah — who has been my closest friend since high school. Coming from a city with a tiny frum community, she boarded in my hometown for the last two years of high school and then we went to seminary
Gila Arnold
Fiction
Tamar's life felt all wrong. Did the Sorting Sheitel make a mistake?
Gila Arnold
Fiction
Whatever happened to that spunk? That spark? When did I become such a fuddy-duddy?
Shoshana Schwartz
Family Tempo
Why? Why can’t you trust me and just lie low? Why risk everything by putting yourself in the spotlight?
Rochel Samet
Feature Articles
When facing life’s myriad challenges, which pasuk of Tehillim have you made your own? 
Riki Goldstein
Impressions
Years ago, you crossed paths, and something changed. Her hands warmed your essence, left an imprint upon your soul. 7 writers sought out the women who changed them
Gila Arnold
Guestlines
The time and place to yearn for Mashiach is especially when we are at our magnificent best
Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky
The Moment
Over 320 creative submissions to our neologism contest. Great Job! PLUS: Join our newest contest
Mishpacha Contributors
On Site
If you think you’ve seen all there is to see in Meron, this virtual tour may surprise you
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
On Site
Stuck inside? Pesach trip canceled? Join Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz for a virtual tour instead
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Voice in the Crowd
We shared everything — and then I married her brother I https://mishpacha.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/friendR.jpghave a friend — we’ll call her Sarah — who has been my closest friend since high school. Coming from a city with a tiny frum community, she boarded in my hometown for the last two years of high school and then we went to seminary
Yisroel Besser
Voice in the Crowd
Regal, elegant, and masked, the Rebbe made his way down
Yisroel Besser
News Feature
China vs. USA — The post-corona superpower struggle heats up
Gedalia Guttentag
Podcast
LISTEN: Bibi's trial is expected to last for years, an ongoing sideshow to the circus that is Israeli politics
Binyamin Rose
Podcast
Would you prefer to be the one taking the Jews out of Egypt...or Egypt out of the Jews?
Miriam Kosman
The Moment
There will be thousands of first-time Seder leaders this year. We asked experienced teachers and rabbanim, those who’ve been inspiring others for years, to share their own insights
Mishpacha Contributors
For the Record
At the mention of the name Soloff, Rabbi Schwab leapt to his feet
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
For the Record
The dramatic news in late 1944 was a call to immediate and decisive action
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Family Room Feature
We shared everything — and then I married her brother I https://mishpacha.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/friendR.jpghave a friend — we’ll call her Sarah — who has been my closest friend since high school. Coming from a city with a tiny frum community, she boarded in my hometown for the last two years of high school and then we went to seminary
Shira Turk
Family Room
Overnight, the spaces that were accepted for their structural obviousness are now symbols of global kindness, as we isolate for the greater good
Rivki Rabinowitz
Life Lab
Will the world implode because I wasn’t watching, or will I implode because I don’t know the world is imploding?
Esther Kurtz
LifeLines
Waiting for the perfect kallah was a recipe for disaster
C. Saphir
Profiles
A compelling conversation with Rav Shlomo Yehudah, a gift to the generation
Aharon Kliger and Aryeh Ehrlich
Family First Feature
Rebbetzin Chaya Ausband lived with faith, intense joy, and boundless appreciation for Torah
Gila Arnold
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Words Unspoken
I cried for hours, texted you mazel tov so I shouldn’t get into trouble, and cried some more
Anonymous
Family Tempo
She’d ripped away the illusion that I was an innocent victim of fate, that some people were popular and others weren’t
Batya Zuckerman
Podcast
LISTEN: How can we hold on to the positive aspects of the quarantine existence?
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Know This
I don’t fit in a box  — I never have. I don’t know any black Jew who does
Aliza Bracha Klein
I dare me
Two women take on reverse dares
Elisheva Appel
Teen Fiction
I knew exactly what my mother meant by “organizing and cleaning” my closet for Pesach. I would need a miracle to please her
Roizy Baum