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Rochel Burstyn
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Rabbi Yisroel Reisman
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Shoshana Friedman
Name Drop
When he was younger, he sounded off in order to survive. Today he’s an advocate for his people by choice. With Yossi Gestetner’s open mike, no one goes down without a fight
Yisroel Besser
Name Drop
His zeide loved connecting with other Jews and so does he_— through digital age albums and scouting out raw talent that no computer can replace,
Yisroel Besser
Podcast: Ask Sarah Chana
LISTEN: How can we hold on to the positive aspects of the quarantine existence?
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Podcast: Ask Sarah Chana
A mother asks Sarah Chana how to react when her defiant teen refuses to comply with the community lockdown.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Podcast: The Rose Report
I don’t like making predictions about the news. There are too many variables. Too many players. There’s the Hand of G-d who intervenes in ways that we can never forecast.  But I’ve been a newsman since the 1970s and I’ve covered comparable stories over many decades. Some stories blow up. Some blow over. Sometimes we see signs in advance, so I will suggest a few things to watch that may give us clarity for 2022.
Binyamin Rose
Podcast: The Rose Report
Before voting for Trump again, or welcoming his Orthodox Jewish advisors back with open arms, or even voting for Bibi again, their clumsy diplomacy should be held against them
Binyamin Rose
Slices of Life
He was just a man with calloused hands, shaping falafel balls, and making a parnassah
Shloimy Hoffman
Slices of Life
How did she get such remarkable blueberries, each one perfect?
Yaakov Rosenblatt
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