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"The highest form of tzedakah is helping someone find his own parnassah. I’m grateful that I have the opportunity to fulfill this on a regular basis"

By Moe Mernick

2.0 Feature
“We Israelis are a country of survivors,” he says. “And in the mode of surviving, we’re always looking for unique solutions. It’s just something in our DNA.”

By Yehudit Miletzky

Business Casual
"There’s an art to getting advice in business: knowing who and when to ask"

By Musia Slavin

Off the Couch
He could do teshuvah or he could lawyer up and face the Ministry of Health

By Jacob L. Freedman MD

After a lifetime of avodas Hashem he was ready to meet his Maker, on this holy day of Purim

By Aidy Jacobs

"When I hear that sound, it just grabs me"

By Riki Goldstein

Touch Base
Normal sounds great, but has boundaries that are hard to ascertain and easy to manipulate, and it’s often thrown around to justify abnormal spending

By Mrs. Batya Weinberg

The Jewish community can do better. It must do better. The effects of domestic abuse, whether the victim is a woman or a man, can be catastrophic

By Rabbi Dr. Ethan Eisen and Rabbi Yehoshua Berman

Once Paskesz candy burst onto the scene, well... Purim was changed forever

By Malka Grunhaus