Jr. Feature
Reality may not be what it seems

By Malka Winner

World Travelers
Scotland seemed like a great choice — majestic castles, gorgeous scenery, charming culture, and numerous distilleries (where liquor is manufactured)

By Rabbi Alport

Story Time
“Come now, you fearful things, don’t look so terrorized. Did I say I would be dismissing anyone today?"

By Y. Bromberg

"It’s just, you know, people expect their friends to share stuff…” she trails off. At the other end of the line, Shoshana is cold, silent

By Rochel Samet

Teen Diary Serial
The lack of basics didn’t bother me much. I didn’t know how much easier life could have been, so I never found myself wishing for more

By Chaya Basra

Building Dreams
“Oh, come on, Miriam,” I said, exasperatedly. “The Arabs are not dangerous here. They’re just… neighbors"

By Malka Grunhaus

Theme Section: Time Will Tell
Six women share time-related tales.

By Family First Contributors

Cut ‘n Paste
"Hi," I said, "you know, we give out food. What’s your name? Are you Jewish?"

By Ahava Ehrenpreis

Roasted eggplant for the chew, crumbly cheese for the creaminess, pickles for that bite, and Everything bagel spice for that zesty bagel flavor.

By Sima Kazarnovsky

"Introducing new niggunim can actually take away from that feeling of passing on the mesorah of Yetzias Mitzrayim to the next generation"

By Riki Goldstein

Full ‘n Free
While I’ve shared smoothies and my Collagen Cold Brew recipe here, for all you die-hard hot coffee drinkers out there, this power latte is for you.

By Rorie Weisberg

People relate to people. That’s true when it comes to visuals, and it’s true of storytelling as well

By Shoshana Friedman