Shul with a View
As Pesach loomed closer, his resentment was growing

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

On Topic
He gets the davening started on time and stays to clean up afterward. In between, he has to make peace and keep people happy. Meet the gabbai — and find out what he’s really ...

By Yochonon Donn

Influencers map out their personal musical soundtracks

By Riki Goldstein

He sat by his zeide daily, through winter and summer and sickness and health. And every day, Rav Aryeh Elyashiv, the grandson of Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv ztz”l, watched his bel ...

By Yisroel Besser

News In Depth
Whether Bibi keeps those campaign promises is another story. But he’s verbally committed, so if he doesn’t, or allows himself to be pressured out of it, then the Likud will re ...

By Binyamin Rose

"In that merit will Klal Yisrael continue to exist”

By Yonoson Rosenblum

All I Ask
"Our father’s the biggest mashpia in the chassidus — that’s also pretty choshuv. So Goldenkrantz figures he makes a seudah for us every Rosh Chodesh, maybe he’ll be choshuv, too”

By Ruti Kepler

10 Questions
"Most of all, I’m hoping they can rekindle the geshmak"

By Rachel Bachrach

A classic Pesach snack to add to your family's repertoire.

By Esther Ottensosser

#In A Word
The strong trees protruding through the snow and the sun shining through the shadows are a reminder to me that Hashem always provides us with strength and warmth in the coldness o ...

By Mishpacha Contributors

What happens when you take two complete strangers and have them spend a few hours together? Does the time fly by, or is the evening strained and awkward? Family First matched up f ...

By Elisheva Appel

“Abba, you just have to show the gorilla that you respect his personal territory, and the gorilla will respect you back”

By C. Saphir

As I enter the waiting room of the Rebbe of Sanz-Klausenberg, I get my first signs that the inhabitant of this building has a very different currency, one far more eternal than th ...

By Aryeh Ehrlich

#In A Word
If I had to describe the atmosphere at this dinner in Wiesenthal's honor, I would say it was this overwhelming sense of “we have won”

By Mishpacha Contributors