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“I’m not fainting,” I say. “I... it passed. I don’t know what happened”
Rochel Samet
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"It could be it’s a cycle — she can’t work, so she gets anxious, so the pain gets worse?” My mother’s thinking aloud. I hate it when she psychoanalyzes me
Rochel Samet
Perspective
I am alone, you suddenly realize. Who am I? Do I have a self, apart from society?
Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky
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So what is the art of volunteering? What are the essential leadership traits required?
Alexandra Fleksher
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Tani Guterman is a pediatric occupational therapist who hosts a weeknight podcast called O.T. Talk with Mr. T
Rachel Bachrach
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Chaim Sinai Orbach is the president and CEO of CSO Radio in Lakewood, New Jersey
Rachel Bachrach
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Esther Taub
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How far should composers go to compromise their artistic vision to respond to popular demands and tastes?
Dovid Nulman
Recipes
There’s something very festive and satisfying about a steak salad. Pair it with portobello mushrooms — I honestly can’t think of anything better!
Rivky Kleiman
Recipes
Not only does this unusual presentation look beautiful, but what better way to infuse that intense mushroom flavor into the chicken than to actually insert the portobello slices inside? Juicy and succulent, it’s sure to have those mushroom lovers coming back for more! 
Chavi Feldman
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