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On Topic
Couples whose marriages have spanned five decades and beyond have much wisdom to share about the process - of building ...

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Need a new sheitel but don’t want to mortgage your home? Here’s everything I learned about buying a good sheitel on ...

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Real Life
“May you always be this happy!” they kept on wishing me, and I thought, Oh no, please not!

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Despite herself, she is experiencing the kavanos that the rebbetzin had taught a few days earlier. She’s never felt better ...

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The house was perfectly clean, the table picture-perfect, the food cooked to perfection. And I was a perfect wreck

By Aliza Goldman

Grab the Reins
“You’re picturing an alcoholic desperate for a drink but not allowed to have one. Or a food addict standing in a bak ...

By Shoshana Schwartz

Map the Starlight
It is night when the note is thrown in through the window of Papa’s study. Papa is sleeping, but Aster still prowls, ...

By Leah Gebber

Standing Ovation

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One a rosh yeshivah, the other a savvy criminal lawyer. With Rav Aaron Brafman’s shloshim approaching, his brother Ben sha ...

By Barbara Bensoussan

The Rose Report
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A Few Minutes With
The former director general of the Yesha Council has found himself in the thick of the battles that have defined the ...

By Omri Nahmias

Whatever the issue was, she would tell me to be mevater and do what Uri wanted. “It’s not that important,” she would say

By C. Saphir

Why Torah Jews tend to be politically conservative,How Can We Thrive Despite Moral Anarchy?,Why Torah Jews tend to be poli ...

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