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Ruti Kepler
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Ruti Kepler
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Ruti Kepler
Normal Like Me
Ruti Kepler
Normal Like Me
Dov Haller
Match Quest
Rules are a lot like clichés. They came about for a reason. And like clichés, sometimes they apply and sometimes they don’t
Sara Eisemann
Match Quest
I discovered two significant patterns regarding the women who were “skipped”
Sara Eisemann
Side-by-Side
"W e’re here. You have a schedule now, that’s all I’m saying. No more in-between land,” Malky said. Kivi nodded. “Yeah, I hear you, it’s true, but what does that have to do with a car?” “I mean we’re driving around the same work car since we landed, we should take care of a car
Sina Mizrahi
Side-by-Side
The impact that the fat makes on baked goods ranges from the flavor it imparts to the texture it contributes
Sina Mizrahi
From My Table
I finally tried making homemade boba. It’s fun and different to add to drinks!
Chanie Nayman
From My Table
When the menus are done, the fridge is full, and the tables are set, having a few minutes to make a great drink that everyone will enjoy is the cherry on top.
Chanie Nayman
2.0 Feature
We spoke to  a financial advisor to clarify who would benefit from whole life insurance policies, who wouldn’t, and what’s important to know going in
Sara Glaz
2.0 Feature
 Energy developer Ofer Yanai is convinced renewable energy is the light of the future, and he’s got his bank account to prove it
Chananel Shapira
A Promise Kept
My companions  — along with the bag I was counting on to keep us alive — vanished in the chaos
Yael Schuster
A Promise Kept
We’d created a haven for them to unburden their hearts, and sent them away with the sweetness of home cooking
Millie Samson
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