Song at Sunrise
Why do we say the brachah of “malbish arumim”?

By Rebbetzin Shira Smiles

Words Unspoken
Your checking, criticizing, and controlling are destroying us

By Anonymous

Magazine Feature
Nearly a decade ago, Rabbi Yisroel Grossberg became the menahel of BCA — a Brooklyn high school for girls closed out of every other option

By Eytan Kobre

Magazine Feature
Protecting your health is not just a lifestyle option, but a mitzvah. When a Jew eats to fortify the body for spiritual work, each meal becomes a seudas mitzvah

By Yael Schuster

The Money Trap
The most basic rule before handing over your money to someone else: Get everything in writing. Because in a business deal, the contract is king

By Gila Arnold

Inside Israel
In the wee morning hours of April 9, Israel sent a message to Syria, Iran, and Russia: It won’t be deterred from uprooting an Iranian military presence in Syria

By Eliezer Shulman

Washington Wrap
Two years after Taylor Force’s murder, his father celebrates a bill that will keep US funds from terrorists’ hands

By Omri Nahmias

Eye on Europe
The latest revelations — about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s questionable social media activities, dating back six years — have finally triggered a massive response

By Gedalia Guttentag

The real reason for Jewish alienation isn’t hard to find

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Point of View
Finding the strengths we didn’t know we had

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

Sometimes it’s the unsung, uncelebrated deeds that boost a singer into the limelight. Who helped advance these popular entertainers with an unforgettable yet enduring gesture?

By Riki Goldstein

Nothing is real besides the Ribbono shel Olam.

By Riki Goldstein

Normal Like Me
“But Tommy and all the other boys are learning English and math, and they have computers. And I’m left in the village with the babies!”

By Ruti Kepler

Fiction Corner
So now he had a new nickname. Gorilla. Yet another entry on the list of insulting names the rebbi had affixed to him.

By Menachem Pines