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I'll Sing to Hashem
Riki Goldstein
I'll Sing to Hashem
Riki Goldstein
I'll Sing to Hashem
Riki Goldstein
I'll Sing to Hashem
Riki Goldstein
I'll Sing to Hashem
Riki Goldstein
Every Song Has Its Story
Do we ever think much about, or even know, what motivated our favorite song?
Riki Goldstein
Every Song Has Its Story
“In place of a sefer Torah,” he told the group, “let us carry this child, who represents the future of the Jewish people”
Riki Goldstein
The Opinionator
The culture war over gun control
Gedalia Guttentag
The Opinionator
“The Iranians want nuclear weapons, but on the cheap, and safely”
Gedalia Guttentag
The Lens
At a bris this week, I had the opportunity to capture it
Avraham Elbaz
The Lens
Their rosh yeshivah was also a baal teshuvah, inspired by these very Selichos
Shuki Lehrer
Someone Should...
Admittedly, accommodations are not always easy and can oftentimes complicate matters
Mrs. Rivkie Feiner
One Day Closer
“Everyone wants to quit at some point, but if you don’t push yourself, you fall further behind and you’ll soon be off the wagon."
C.S. Teitelbaum
One Day Closer
The Torah tells us that after the death of Aharon’s two sons, “Vayidom Aharon — and Aharon was silent.” “But what about his wife?” asks Baruch. How did she cope?
Baila Rosenbaum
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