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"Writing a book when you’re depressed is one serious challenge. But I knew it had to be done, that it was something that could benefit the tzibbur"

By Moe Mernick

2.0 Feature
For Noam and Shmuel Sonnenberg, their work starts when the cleaning ends

By Rochel Burstyn

Works for Me
"If you’ve survived a divorce, and you’ve spent years raising a family, most jobs will be a lot easier than that"

By Shaina Keren

Flashback
Matzah is the bread of our emunah. No breath or heartbeat is taken for granted; aches aren’t a natural result of aging

By Faigy Peritzman

Normal
Mimi wonders if Shoshana will offer to help, but her friend, it seems, is too wrapped up in her own problems to think of that

By Rochel Samet

From My Table
I’m sure I’m not alone in anticipating the moment when I can finally start cooking in my freshly kashered/covered kitchen.

By Chanie Nayman

Spirit and Sparks
As leaves sprout and flowers bud, we choose renewal

By Baila Vorhand

TableScapes
It’s not just about getting rid of the crumbs; it’s about seeing the possibilities that Nissan brings with it. 

By Goldie Stern

Magazine Feature
Rabbi Berel Wein has an unquenchable love for the greatest saga of all time: the survival of his people

By Yonoson Rosenblum