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EndNote
Rabbi Yaakov Klein calls himself an “old soul” — he is an author, a lecturer, and a musician
Riki Goldstein
EndNote
Creating smooth listening in a medley sometimes takes some tough calls
Riki Goldstein
Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
Gabriella took a deep breath of the crisp night air as she stepped outside, trying to ease the day’s tension out of her muscles. It had been more difficult than she’d anticipated, coordinating the scenes with all the extras. By the end, everyone was grumbling, even Connor and his crew. Poor Rina had to endure
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
“Slow down. Let’s think logically. What exactly is suspicious here? Kids always like to look at animals”
Shifra Glick
F is for Friendship
“But, but….” I sounded like the sputtering last cup of soda in a slush machine. “That doesn’t make any sense,” I finally said
Ruchama Schnaidman
F is for Friendship
Tzivi wasn’t the writer, I thought. I glanced around the classroom. That left twenty-two other girls. Well, twenty-one because it wasn’t Penina
Ruchama Schnaidman
Teen Feature
Teens' insights on what works, what doesn’t, and how they find and create inspiration in daily life
Bashie Lisker
Teen Feature
We sat down with a few principals from various schools to hear about the ins and outs of their job
Bashie Lisker
My Corona Time Capsule
Endless days blurred into months of upheaval. We strove to forge forward. Twenty-one readers reveal the single object that defined the tenor of these times
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“That’s it for tonight. I want you to go home now and sing the song over and over until you drive your family nuts. Got it?”

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It was the same reaction with all of her friends, anytime Huvy mentioned the film. As if they thought she was the coolest person on earth

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