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Ann Goldberg
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G. Shulman
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Miriam Katz
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Meet Chaya Suri and learn how she’s made the art of sourdough baking into a business that provides for her family in more ways than one.
Abbey Wolin
2.0 Feature
Our rebbeim and our parents teach us from a young age that the Torah’s values — and not society’s values — are real and true.
Rabbi Avrohom Weiss
Tech Talk
Even good things need boundaries. No matter how worthwhile an activity is, if it becomes too consuming, the risks are bound to outweigh the benefits
Aliza Feder
Tech Talk
In 40 years when I’m looking through my albums, I don’t want to only remember the spectacular, beautiful days. I want to remember my life
Aliza Feder
Free Fall
Freefall took me 12 months — and 25 years — to write. Now that it’s over, while other old and new responsibilities bang at my door, I’ll ignore the knocking for a bit and share a short retrospective on life during Freefall
Miriam Stark Zakon
Free Fall
The colonel’s lips were a straight, unsmiling line. “Not German, Freed. They need someone who speaks Yiddish”,
Miriam Stark Zakon
Bricks and Ladders
"We decided that if any of you aren’t happy in Stonesworth, we’ll try to make it work so that you can go to school in Brownsfeld"
Ariella Schiller
Bricks and Ladders
Back to school tomorrow. When I left I’d been part of the most popular clique in school and now I’m returning alone, a nobody, ashamed and mortified
Ariella Schiller
DMCs
My name is Tova. If you met me, you would never guess that there’s anything wrong
Leah Greenburg
DMCs
If they get scared or if someone bothers them, they can’t yell out or complain or say what they want. But enough about what they can’t do
Leah Greenburg
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Off to the shoe store goes every mother whose husband has bein hazmanim. She takes along every one of her children who has two feet, including the baby who is bound to start walking within a year, because, hello, 40 percent

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Self-pity sweeps in like a welcome friend. Will I ever really be understood? Why can’t Aryeh have a turn looking after these little troublemakers?

By Chaya Liba Aarons

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“If I have a chandelier in my bathroom,” Ma reasoned, “why should it bother anyone? It’s my bathroom, after all”

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