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EndNote
Going back at least 35 years, avid Jewish music fans have seen the name
Riki Goldstein
EndNote
He’s a passionate advocate of the idea that everyone can cultivate a personal musical expression.
Riki Goldstein
Etched in Memory: Rosh Hashanah Theme 5784
Sometimes there are events so monumental they’re perfectly preserved as a snapshot, never forgotten. 5 readers share the moments forever
Family First Readers
Inside Israel
Under intense pressure from the US, Israel struggles to defeat Hamas and Hezbollah
Kobi Bornstein
Inside Israel
Now that the High Court can’t strike down the appointment of government ministers on the basis of a subjective test, what’s next?
Gedalia Guttentag
Change of Heart
I do have a new understanding of how the world works. I knew it all along, but it’s a little more real to me now
Leora Hammer
Change of Heart
I didn’t want to do it in fear. I wanted to do it with trust. The ride of my life
Leora Hammer
Friendship Fix
I don’t want her to feel like she can’t lean on me because I don’t lean on her
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Friendship Fix
The best way to end the conversation without making an issue or insulting anyone is to subtly change the topic
Shoshana Itzkowitz
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