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Ariella Schiller
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Ariella Schiller
Sisters Share
In this new column, we’ll meet wonderful girls who all have siblings with special needs, and they’ll share with us how they feel about being “special” sisters
C. Rosen
Communities
As I sit with a group of men representing four decades of the yeshivah, they all have one thing in common: Scranton guy. How did the yeshivah create that glue?
Eytan Kobre
Communities
A historic dedication heralds new hope for Budapest’s Jews
Gershon Burstyn
Editors Note
Whether we promote ourselves on Instagram or not, we all already have a unique brand of our own — because Hashem made us that way.
Alex Abel
Editors Note
When I get to that place, I remember that Hashem has a plan tailor-made for me
Alex Abel
Corona Crisis
Coronavirus is worldwide — why is the US so badly hit? 
Omri Nahmias
Corona Crisis
A COVID-19 Primer: Your guide to life in a socially distanced reality
Aliza Rubenstein and Chava Ruderman
Family Farce: Purim 5782
"Picky eaters? That concept was invented circa 2010; it simply did not exist when we were raising children"
Chana Fishman and Michali Naiman
Family Farce: Purim 5782
How many other foods have achieved the widespread popularity that ketchup has enjoyed for decades?
Yaakov Taub
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She gripped her phone and tried to tamp down her annoyance. “Akiva! I am okay with it. Your parents are not”

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“Ma, about Dassi. You know she wasn’t really having work done, right?”

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“Akiva, I’ve been thinking….” She trailed off in a way that had Akiva suspecting he was not going to love the next few words

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“Meeting Shan’s mother feels more like a job interview with a boss who already hates you”

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Uch! Weren’t urgent summonses supposed to be things of the past, now that they were independents?

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“Akiva Frankel. He has been your best friend since you were 14. If he’s now doing well, you’re supposed to be happy for him”

By Ariella Schiller