Zeide dipped his hands into the cut-glass bowl. Cupping his palms, he raised them high, heaped with silver, coins flowing, ...

By Esther Teichtal

Magazine Feature
It can be easy to forget Purim’s a day of tefillah, simchah, and gratitude to Hashem. Seven women share how they tap ...

By C.B. Lieber

Magazine Feature
As a kid, as soon as my parents settled down for their Shabbos afternoon nap, I’d disappear into the study and read ...

By Rochel Burstyn

“And now,” Shifra continued, “is a time that will test us all. Because we have a magazine we need to put to bed ...

By Bracha Stein and Rikki Ehrlich

“May you be blessed with triplets this year,” my husband says as he grabs his childless cousin’s hand, pumping it up ...

By Shira Berger

We outlived our enemies then and today

By Faigy Peritzman

Esther held back her power until the ultimate moment,

By Rebbetzin Debbie Greenblatt

Family Reflections
Without expectations, we can make Purim joyous again

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Dear Readers
I'm already imagining the letters we'll get in response to this week's cover story

By Bassi Gruen

Summer Job
“I know the drill. I’m out of here. ‘Ari Harkin, let’s send him home, he’s no good, he’s not ready for camp,’” Ar ...

By Dov Haller

Magazine Feature
Orthodox Union State Political Affairs Director Rallies Community to Lobby for Education, A Lesson Well Learned,Orthodox Union S ...

By Eytan Kobre

Text Messages
Fighting the nihilism of Amalek, then and today

By Eytan Kobre

10 Questions
A good joke is no laughing matter

By Rachel Bachrach

Magazine Feature
Menachem Toker is the voice of chareidi radio, the man who picks the next big star and keeps his audience chuckling, ...

By Yisroel Besser