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Watered with faith, the world's most valuable spice thrives in the Jerusalem Hills
Meir Gold
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Trail of terror on Friday night: Report from the site of the Neve Yaakov terror attack 
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Therapy Toolbox
“I know what the feeling is. It’s…” Batsheva took a deep, shuddering breath. “It’s like I can’t stand being in my own skin….”
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
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How to break free when your teen is holding the family hostage
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
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Let’s explore billboards — the funny, the sad (literally — it’s crying!), the brightest, noisiest, smelliest — and much, much more!
Rochel Burstyn
Jr. Feature Article
What is your shul like? Is it big? Is it small? Is it a basement with some folding chairs and tables or is it a great, big building with a high ceiling? Today we visit ten of the most amazing shuls in the world.
Rabbi Meir Goldberg
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I’d like to think that our drive to hear, see, read the news, stems from our nation’s deep sense of connection
Shoshana Friedman
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That ordinary home on East 27th Street became so much more than a house
Shoshana Friedman
Tribute
Two special members of our kehillah, Reb Boruch Taub a”h and Reb Binyamin Chafetz a”h, passed on to the Olam HaEmes after a tragic plane accident
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In tribute to Chacham Shimon Baadani ztz”l
Yossi Elituv
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