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Miri Lichtman
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Dreamscapes
Could I create a library to serve as my son’s living legacy?
Elisheva Appel
Dreamscapes
Although the world of psychology has made huge strides, I was concerned that we, as kallah teachers, hadn’t yet caught up
Elisheva Appel
15 Years
"In general, we bend over backward to make sure the reader is getting the full value he purchased the magazine for, because there is only one consideration: you, the reader" 
Yaakov Gerstel
15 Years
The making of a magazine: Special anniversary project
Barbara Bensoussan
Perspectives
Spiritual resilience can be understood as the ability to stay close to Hashem during challenges
Alexandra Fleksher
Smart Eats
Peas and thank you!
Shira Isenberg, RD, MPH
Smart Eats
Answers to five burning cheesecake questions
Shira Isenberg, RD, MPH
News In Depth
As the American chapter of the book on Jonathan Pollard is coming to a close, a new, more hopeful sequel is about to be written
Binyamin Rose
News In Depth
Ari Zivotofsky’s 18-year battle finally ends with “Israel” listed on his son’s passport
Ari Z. Zivotofsky and Naomi Zivotofsky
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  U pcycling, elevating, or renewing a space is not often as big of a step as you might think. Sometimes adding current and impactful little details have a way of injecting newness and excitement into a space. Here are some of my favorite black and white accent pieces, all priced $50 or below.  

By Miri Lichtman

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When we moved into our house, I purchased inexpensive, distressed counter stools. My husband joked that I’d bought old used chairs and everyone that walks in asks if they came with the house, yet everyone rushes to grab a seat at our coveted counter, which is spacious enough for working, eating, and having great conversation.

The Interior of Design

Spruce up your bathrooms with new hardware and mirrors