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Faigy Schonfeld
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Esty Mandelbaum
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Sarah Silverman
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Devora Loeb
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Esther Kurtz
Street Smarts
In the taxi world, drivers are divided as to whether a “real” nahag uses Waze. For these veterans who know the city’s every highway and byway, the consensus is clear: real drivers don’t rely on it
Yaacov Lipszyc
Street Smarts
Love of the land has been infused in Shuki’s blood since birth; he’s the right man for our challenge
Ariella Schiller
Point of View
The purpose of a succah is to curb the harmful influences that come with the joy of accumulating property
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Point of View
Voluntarily or not, we stand before the Divine Investigative Committee with full transparency
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Pinpoint
Stick a pin in the phonebook. See where it lands. Make the call. Does everyone have a story? Five writers find out
Musia Slavin
Pinpoint
Stick a pin in the phonebook. See where it lands. Make the call. Does everyone have a story? Five writers find out
Esther Kurtz
Impressions
Families had been decimated. So whom do you socialize with? Neighbors and fellow mispallelim filled the slot
Rabbi Mayer Weinberger
Impressions
Sometimes we actually merit to feel our ancestors hovering over us as they guide us through life
Yitzchak Meyer Twersky
Namesakes
"He made a neder that if he got out alive he would dedicate his life to avodas Hashem”
C.S. Teitelbaum
Namesakes
“I didn’t care how quickly it happened, I was thinking about the future. I wanted it for posterity so that Ari should be remembered every single minute and every single day.”
C.S. Teitelbaum
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My husband and I knew our journey to parenthood would be a somewhat rockier than others’ I’m peeling potatoes and my eyes are raining. My younger sister-in-law just had a baby and I’ve been crying over my half-prepared supper since the phone call came. I was scheduled to have a pre-treatment test today, and I

By Gayil Rose

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What we learned in Neve wasn’t new and radical, it was more like finding the missing pieces to the framework of a puzzle. It helped us put everything in place.

By Esther Ilana Rabi

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I take great pleasure in watching my sons pitch in with the barbecuing, some simultaneously playing the role of daddy, all playing the role of uncle.

By Margie Pensak

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“We’d like to send him to the ER to rule out a stroke. Someone needs to accompany him.”

By S.T. Agam

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They looked comforted and I felt relief for this neshamah’s elevation, yet distraught for my father, who was still hanging between life and death.

By Chaia Frishman

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“It’s Dad. It’s bad. Come quick.” “I guess this makes us blood brothers.” Justin looked solemnly down at their fingers, now scratched and bloody from the bare branches of the oak tree they’d just scaled. “Aren’t we blood brothers already? I mean, we are brothers.” “You’re so lame, Jonathan. This makes it real. A pact.

By Faigy Peritzman