Magazine Feature
What happens when you are so far from civilization that you never hear any news? In the vast world around us, you can run, but can you hide?

By Yisrael Rutman

F is for Friendship
I roll my eyes. It’s the first time I can remember wishing that Penina lived too far away from my house to just walk over.

By Ruchama Schnaidman

Story Time
“I’m not letting your husband free until he can dance the hopak in my bear costume. How do you like that, eh?”

By Yehuda Bromberg

Ima looks upset. “He said,” she whispers, “that he’s willing to trade. He will get his son and we can keep his daughter.”

By Tovy Mann

Teen Fiction
“Uh huh, what a surprise, trying to shirk your job, as usual! Well, too bad! No way will I pick up the slack just because you can’t manage to do the little bit Mommy assigned you! ...

By Rachelli Weinstein

Bricks and Ladders
“RaRa, where’s Hadas today?” I swallow and shift from foot to foot. Mommy’s green eyes flash, she doesn’t say anything.

By Ariella Schiller

Words Unspoken
Please remove me from the shidduchim group chat.

By Anonymous

Family Reflections
When surrounded by negativity, remember that you can only change you.

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

If we believe we’re not in charge, then we allow Hashem to take charge.

By Faigy Peritzman

The privilege of praying with tzaddikim.

By Riki Goldstein

Shul with a View
The Rosh Hashanah lesson in an aged yellow envelope

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

5 out of 10
No one said making conversation on dates would be easy…

By Dovid Bashevkin