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I read it for you
I’m an anxious person, so I keep a pillow stuffed with eight months’ worth of living expenses. It’s a little stiff , and the crinkly sound drives my wife crazy, but it helps me sleep better.
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin
I read it for you
Each morning, Mr. Market knocks on the door and offers his stock at a different price.
Dovid Bashevkin
FamilyTable Feature
Think of the super-savory ends of a smoked brisket — or even a steak — that are the most flavorful and butter-soft
Chanie Nayman
FamilyTable Feature
Kim Kushner’s latest book, The Modern Table, is a celebration of everything she loves about food
Kim Kushner
Touch Base
Wishing mental health professionals only great achievements in their avodas hakodesh
Mrs. Batya Weinberg
Touch Base
Here’s to playing the game right and accessing technology only for the good. Part two of our technology discussion
Mrs. Batya Weinberg
Second Thoughts
Like sugar or salt, a small dose adds flavor to the day, but overindulgence can have deleterious long-term effects
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Second Thoughts
The American plus is a chareidi minus, a microcosm of living in two worlds
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
One of the Flock
He had the smallest shofar I had ever seen, but the sound he produced was deafening
Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan
One of the Flock
Which members of the flock still shape your Rosh Hashanah?
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