Point of View
Rosh Hashanah celebrates true Jewish liberty

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

One short learning session triggers huge changes

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Shul with a View
Weight is painful enough; why add to the agony?

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

10 Questions
How to have your year in Israel when low on cash

By Rachel Bachrach

Magazine Feature
For Rabbi Abie Iktin, summer's end means one thing: it's Elul, and he’s off to bring his lost brothers a taste of Yom Tov spirit

By Eytan Kobre

Abraham Leib Berenstein was living a glamorous life, jetting around the world as a ski instructor and movie stuntman, unti ...

By Barbara Bensoussan

Magazine Feature
With 50 percent of all businesses failing before their fourth birthday, start-ups need mentors like bees need honey

By Sara Glaz

Magazine Feature
Ofer Langer was an Israel Air Force commander living a double life. The day he decided to put on his kippah, everyth ...

By Shlomi Gil

Summer Job
It was as if Rivky had found a new project and it wasn’t him. She’d found herself a new cause — out of the ...

By Dov Haller

Family Reflections
The fine line between punishment and discipline,

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Personal Accounts
Five women — a skipper, a mathematics professor, a biomedical researcher, a house painter, and a mortgage broker — on b ...

By Esther Teichtal and Shalvi Waldman and Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Table Talk
Today, both parents and educators pursue special services. But costs can be astronomical, and the process confusing and frustrating. That’s where Leah Steinberg comes in.

By Malky Lowinger

Free Fall
Abe and Annie go to the hotel to ask Papa for permission to marry, only to learn that Pearl Harbor has been attac ...

By Miriam Stark Zakon

Text Messages
It’s hard to dialogue with the willfully ignorant

By Eytan Kobre