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Out of Step
The resilience she’s built up from overcoming her pain will help her go so far
Ariella Schiller
Out of Step
"I kind of had a crash course this year in growing up. You won’t know this, Deeny-beany, but I used to dance"
Ariella Schiller
Best Food Forward
1. If you want to keep money abroad, without the government knowing about it, you can put it in a Swiss bank account. For over a century, bank secrecy was anchored in Swiss legislation protecting the identities of customers who deposited funds into their accounts that were undeclared in their home countries (a.k.a. shvartz gelt).
Chanie Apfelbaum
Best Food Forward
1. If you want to keep money abroad, without the government knowing about it, you can put it in a Swiss bank account. For over a century, bank secrecy was anchored in Swiss legislation protecting the identities of customers who deposited funds into their accounts that were undeclared in their home countries (a.k.a. shvartz gelt).
Chanie Apfelbaum
PlateArt
These adorable candy kebabs remind me of friendship bracelets
Esther Ottensoser
PlateArt
Here’s a fun trim to add color and originality to any vase
Esther Ottensoser
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Close to a century later, we're still singing the songs of a visionary scholar, builder, and leader.
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When your work puts you inside some of the most sensitive situations in our community, how can you keep from burning out?
Yisroel Besser
Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?
Rabbi Meyer H. May
Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?
Rabbi Aharon Friedler
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What do you know about Swiss banks?

By Sharon Gelbach