Family First Feature
Three women speak candidly about how they survived their husband’s job loss and kept their marriage strong

By Bluma Gordon

Profiles
She’s only 27, but Ahuva Manes’s color-packed, energy-filled oil paintings are already turning heads in the Jewish art world

By Libi Astaire

Real Life
I quickly pushed my worries away. I was, after all, a kallah. There was enough drama going on in my life

By Roizy Baum

Musings
Look at me, filling up on fiber and vitamins C and A… and also 2,000 calories of cheesecake

By Peshie Needleman

Rocking Horse
Felix obscures the visitor, but when Hannah peers around she sees an old-time Jew

By Leah Gebber

Yardsticks
How — how — had she gotten hold of this gown? She couldn’t—

By Esty Heller

LifeTakes
It’s a small thing, yet it fills me with nachas that I never dreamed I would have

By Chana Goodman

Parshah
The effectiveness of any blessing depends on the spiritual level of the person giving it

By Faigy Peritzman

Family Room
Maybe I’m an unfamiliar guest in your home, but my goal is to change that.

By Rivki Rabinowitz

Point of View
What can you teach your kids if you’re drowning in a melting pot of assimilation?

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 
A tangy salad with crisp green beans, crunchy walnuts, and a great-tasting dressing. Something new for your salad bar. 

By Kosher.com

 
Misplaced kindness can be cruel in the long run

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Feature Articles
A civilian K9 unit with Yiddish-speaking pooches protects Israelis

By Rachel Ginsberg

The Rose Report
Perhaps that’s what Bibi meant when he said: “Nothing will come of it, because nothing happened”

By Binyamin Rose