By Faigy Peritzman

The Gatekeeper's Daughter
“I wonder if he really is my father. Farmer Gudaitis said he was a silversmith. How many silversmiths could there have been in the Lithuanian underground?”

By Esther Teichtal

Center Stage
Even in the poor lighting, Gabriella caught her blush. This was the first time in their lives that these girls were being made to feel different

By Gila Arnold

By the time I came onto the scene, the extended family had grown so large that we spilled out of Aunt Vali’s small apartment

By Chayale Saibil

Magazine Feature
Generations after Mordechai foiled a plot by speaking the language of the plotters, seven anecdotes about how dangerous speaking English can be

By Zivia Reischer

Personal Accounts
There are many creative ways of helping our fellow Jews without compromising their dignity. Nine hidden acts of giving that lit up lives

By Riki Goldstein

On Topic
The masks that conceal who we really are and instead project the image we prefer people see? What do we gain — and lose — by donning them?

By Esther Kurtz