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Barbara Bensoussan
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Chaia Frishman
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Fiction
Would caring for Shimmy tear our family apart?
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It had been 24 years of what-ifs
Devorie Kreiman
Show and Tell
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Shoshana Itzkowitz
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The talent behind The Amazing Bubble Show
Malka Winner
Personal Accounts
(Duck Gnocchi with Mushroom-Onion Wine Sauce) Food and prop styling by Renee Muller Photography by Hudi Greenberger We’ve come a long way since the generation of “children should be seen and not heard,” but Chanie Nayman sure piqued my interest when she assigned me to interview Dovid Biderman — mostly because he was my student
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This year, this niggun was an anthem because we showed it. He’s always there for us, but this year, we were there for Him too.
Yisroel Besser
Theme Section: Time Will Tell
The clock is a constant in a shifting world. Six women share time-related tales
Roizy Baum
Theme Section: Time Will Tell
The clock is a constant in a shifting world. Six women share time-related tales
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