Feature Articles
She’s only 28, but Maryland State Delegate Dalya Attar is the highest ranking elected Orthodox female in american history. Balancing her career with religion and family isn’t easy ...

By Margie Pensak

Feature Articles
Worry is a small word for an overwhelming feeling. But we can strip it of its fangs. Professionals share ways we can use the brain, that normally plagues us with worries, to achie ...

By Shifra Elkaim

Her Yiddish-speaking band hits all the right notes

By Elisheva Appel

Family Matters
A discussion of what not to say would surely include the following question about a dementia patient: “Does he still recognize you?”

By Joan Zlotnick

Family Tempo
In our hearts, we struggle between declaring this is no way to live, and realizing that yes, this is a way to live because this is what Hashem has decided

By Shoshana Lesser

The school had built up excitement [read: parent pressure] among the students, and Hodaya’s heart was set: She wanted to be Principal for the Day

By Shira Isenberg

Center Stage
Once again, Gabriella had displayed her knack for saying just what the other person needed to hear. No wonder Huvy had been so smitten, before—

By Gila Arnold

More or Less
"If she’s done this with too many clients, my entire reputation is done. I’m too small, too new to rehabilitate from this"

By Esther Kurtz

Dinner Hour

By Tehila Kohanim

The headache generally begins the week of Pesach, with The Sefirah Discussion. Sigh. Okay. It’s not a discussion. Argument, more like

By Yehudis Goodman

Honest admission reveals your inner radiance

By Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz

Yosef Chaim

By Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Close Call
We went from one “You too? I thought I was the only one!” to another. To my surprise, I found myself sharing my most intense thoughts and feelings, things I rarely told anyone

By Devoiry Braunstein

Feature Articles
Is newcomer Congressman Dan Crenshaw, the Republican Party’s rising star, the answer to the rising liberal Left?

By Omri Nahmias