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Riki Goldstein
On Site
Shlomi Gil
News In Depth
Rachel Ginsberg and Tzippy Yarom
Communities
Chananel Shapiro
On Site
Ari Greenspan and Ari Z. Zivotofsky
Family First Feature
It’s called “the silent killer.” How I discovered my high blood pressure — and how I got it under control
Beth Perkel
True Account
Eliana Cohen's mother relives her race against the clock
Yael Schuster
The Rose Report
“The best way to fight the new anti-Semitism is not to merely speak the truth, but to also expose the de-legitimizers”
Binyamin Rose
Web Exclusive
Six weeks after elections, and the country is still paralyzed, with no government in sight
Gedalia Guttentag
LifeTakes
With tears rolling down my face, I tried again. “Zot ha’ima sheli. She’s my mother. Please let me in”
Devorah Lustig
Musings
This is my child and she needs and needs and needs. I can’t look at her. I can’t look at myself
Rochel Ester Travitz
Fiction
He was saving the world. But she needed him home
Rochel Samet
Fiction
Six boys. Six yeshivos. Six chasunahs — well, seven, if you counted Yoni’s first marriage. Now they were starting to marry off the grandchildren
Rivka Streicher
Guestlines
A new standard with which to measure our deeds: the standard of eternity
Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky
Guestlines
Come a new year, we have to ask ourselves: Is our bucket list for us, or for them?
Rabbi Aryeh Zev Ginzberg
Feature Articles
Revisiting the battlegrounds of the Yom Kippur War
Gedalia Guttentag
Linked Supplement
If you could ask a single special ancestor of yours to address one question that you face, who would you ask and which life experience would you tap?
Mishpacha Contributors
5 to 9
"You’re only limited by how big you can dream"
Moe Mernick
10 Questions
15,000 minyanim, more than 6,500 locations, 70 countries
Rachel Bachrach
LifeLines
Not only did he accept his illness without question, he actually considered it a gift
C. Saphir
True Account
Something was so strange about this little girl and her request. Something didn’t add up. What was bothering me so much?
Shoshana Friedman
EndNote
Shloime Gertner's latest album, Yehaleli, became a soundtrack of this past Yom Tov season
Riki Goldstein
Lifestyle
The man who would become world-famous for dressing presidents and power players sewed his first stitch in the laundry rooms of Auschwitz. Today, his 27 secret measurements have garnered him a roster of grateful clients. But despite rubbing shoulders with rulers and crafting custom suits for VIPs, Martin Greenfield can’t forget where he came from.
Baila Rosenblum
Profiles
Rav Nissim Karelitz championed truth without fear or favors
Eliezer Shulman
Profiles
Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky is still dreaming of ways to elevate and illuminate the American Torah landscape
Yisroel Besser
Life Lab
For this life lab, I took four adulting courses recommended by the Adulting School administration in Portland, Maine
Esther Kurtz
Personal Accounts
In the anguish, in the longing, in the loneliness — He is holding us in His Shelter. Three encounters
Family First Contributors
2.0 Feature
Not all Tech is created equal, Ed Stelzer walks us through the advances of technology driven insurance
Ed Stelzer
2.0 Feature
Get your talkers talking
Tzivia Cohen
Recipes
Get ready to treat yourself to an explosion of flavor.
Rivky Kleinman
Recipes
Here’s an easy way to get kids to eat their veggies.
Brynie Greisman
True Account
Eliana Cohen's mother relives her race against the clock
Yael Schuster
Communities
As I sit with a group of men representing four decades of the yeshivah, they all have one thing in common: Scranton guy. How did the yeshivah create that glue?
Eytan Kobre
Profiles
Judy Lebovits’s STEM initiatives inspire students to innovate and invent
Barbara Bensoussan
Risk Factor
“I don’t want him home. You were supposed to fix him!”
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
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Feature Articles
Can you hold tight to your principles at the Vegas trade fairs?
Yisroel Groweis
Personal Accounts
Meticulous attention to detail, a cool head, and high tolerance for long, uncomfortable journeys are all requirements for Rabbi Danny Moore’s work as a globe-trotting kashrus su ...
Riki Goldstein
Impressions
Half a century after he and his wife served as Torah teachers in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, Mishpacha’s Rabbi Moshe Grylak awakens memories of life under a brutal military ...
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
On Site
The primitive nomads of Kyrgyzstan don’t know any Torah, but some of their practices are eerily like those of the Jews of yore. Could they hold the secret to the whereabouts of ...
Ari Greenspan
Hit the Trail
Land of answers for a nation of questions
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
On Site
Scaling cliffs in Romania with nothing but their backpacks and each other, a group of chassidish bochurim learn about climbing upward and inward
Yisrael Groweiss