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Kashrus Alert: A Mashgiach's Travels
There are bunch of potential kashrus problems with eggs
Chaya Rosen
Kashrus Alert: A Mashgiach's Travels
A good mashgiach learns to trust his feelings. Hashem sends them, directly from Heaven
Chaya Rosen
Always in Season
How holiday businesses stay lucrative year-round
Rochel Burstyn
Always in Season
How holiday businesses stay lucrative year-round
Rochel Burstyn
Sound Bites
He morphed from a Columbia graduate with a degree in financial engineering to the owner of Uncle Edik’s Pickles
Chaia Frishman
Sound Bites
Meet Esther Eisenberger, from Cupcakesbyesther.
Chaia Frishman
In the Arms of Rabi Shimon
“But you can’t do that. That’s against the school rules”   Mimi caps her pen, closes the booklet of questions, and gives a satisfying, luxurious stretch. Done, and she has a feeling she hasn’t done too badly this time, either. If she can just be honest with herself, she knows that it’s thanks to Kayla.
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In the Arms of Rabi Shimon
We’re holding on, Tatteh. Listen to the hespedim, listen to the anguished voices as they praise You
Yisroel Besser
Follow Me
I don’t know about you, but with the completion of Follow Me, I’m breathing a tremendous sigh of relief
Esty Heller
Follow Me
She appreciated her husband’s spirit, but couldn’t there be a balance? An unassuming desk job, with some side passion as an outlet?
Esty Heller
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Mimi wonders if Shoshana will offer to help, but her friend, it seems, is too wrapped up in her own problems to think of that

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Mimi jumps. She feels invaded, somehow, that she’s being watched

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“It’s just, you know, people expect their friends to share stuff…” she trails off. At the other end of the line, Shoshana is cold, silent

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Mimi’s salad is boring; the salad phase is over in their class. But boring is better than totally and utterly weird

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“And one more thing, Mimi,” Mrs. Stern continues. “From now on, in all my classes, I’d like you to sit in the front row”

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“Go ahead, Mimi, I want to watch this. Let’s see where your coaching is up to.” She crosses her arms and eyes Mimi appraisingly

By Rochel Samet