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Israel Election Special
Eight reflections in the aftermath of the third elections
Yossi Elituv
Israel Election Special
So, who won? Depends who you ask
Yisrael Yoskovitz
tastes like shabbos
Just the word itself brings waves of nostalgia for the beautiful Shabbosos of my childhood
Family Table Readers
tastes like shabbos
A teacher and a mother, Rebbetzin Machlis cooked for several hundred guests every Shabbos for decades
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
50 Reasons
“I have no time for friends, no time for anything anymore. And my parents are stressed out all the time”   This is so not her type. Mimi grips her gym bag tighter, hoists it over her shoulder. Should she leave? Stand there and wait? Or say something? Say something. She should definitely say something.
Ariella Stern
50 Reasons
“I have no time for friends, no time for anything anymore. And my parents are stressed out all the time”   This is so not her type. Mimi grips her gym bag tighter, hoists it over her shoulder. Should she leave? Stand there and wait? Or say something? Say something. She should definitely say something.
Ariella Stern
Turning Point: Jr. Chanukah Supplement 5783
Ephraim knew they were his cousins. But he’d prefer they didn’t exist, really
Chaya Rosen
Dinner Hour
When it’s time to eat, the youngest ones eat first, followed by the older children, who drift to the table as the smells draw them in
Rochie Laufer
Dinner Hour
A meal both adults and kids alike will enjoy!
Rochie Laufer
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“Mostly I’m studying with — Kayla. My sister.” The words are strange and weighty on her tongue

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So these are Kayla’s new chevreh? How did they even get here? Was it planned?

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Tova strides around the perimeter of the room, calling instructions. Abruptly, she heads back to the front and turns off the music.

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Suddenly, Mimi feels a surge of pity for Kayla   Eight days. That means just over one week to cram: Chumash and Navi and Tefillah and Historiah and…. Mimi presses both hands to her temples. How? How is it even going to be possible? Who even dreamed up the idea of this dumb seminary test

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Mimi’s parents explain why Kayla switched schools. Mimi comes to accept the situation — and her sister

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“Mmm.” Something clicks in Mimi’s brain. She hesitates, then switches off the music. “You… you nervous, Kayla?”

By Rochel Samet