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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
Yiddishe Gelt
“We always celebrate birthdays, but we don’t overdo it. It’s all about getting together, learning something, making a hachlatah, making a l’chayim, making a shehecheyanu”
Rochel Burstyn
Yiddishe Gelt
How much do you fork over when dining out?
Mishpacha Readers
Cooks Compete
For a hearty, cozy meal-in-one, nothing beats the nourishing power of mushroom-barley soup in the winter
Family Table Readers
Cooks Compete
There’s just nothing quite as warm and homey as a freshly baked apple crisp straight from the oven
FamilyTable Contributors
Symposium
Candid takes from people who made the move
Mishpacha Contributors
Symposium
Some of this generation’s most sought-after mentors offer insight on navigating the challenges, dilemmas, and victories of the ben Torah in today’s workplace
Mishpacha Contributors
If Only You Knew
"There’s a conception out there that policemen walk around shooting wantonly. In my experience and training, that’s hardly the truth"
Chaya Inselburg
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