Feature Article
The sun is shining, everyone is smiling, and it’s all systems go for the upcoming Siyum. But there was a time, not so long ago, when things weren’t as simple

By Yisroel Besser

Profiles
At first glance, they’re just random splashes of color. But as your eyes adjust, you might find some surprising images of Yoel Turgeman’s inner world

By Chananel Shapiro

Feature Article
If we want our nonprofits to continue to effectively serve the klal in the future, the time to create a better career roadmap is now

By Shira Werblowsky

A Few Minutes With
MK Yitzchok Pindrus on what’s at stake for religious parties in Israel’s elections

By Binyamin Rose

Washington Wrap
As Jason Greenblatt bows out, is it curtains for Trump’s deal?

By Omri Nahmias

Washington Wrap
In Israel's last election, only 69% of the country’s foreign representatives bothered to vote

By Omri Nahmias

Metro & Beyond
Her office has a plan for dealing with this surge of anti-Jewish hate, but it may take some time to implement

By Yochonon Donn

Global View
China vs. America and the race for 5G

By Gershon Burstyn

Text Messages
It’s a clear statement about how some of America’s greatest Torah leaders view smartphone use

By Eytan Kobre

Day in the Life
Tani Guterman is a pediatric occupational therapist who hosts a weeknight podcast called O.T. Talk with Mr. T

By Rachel Bachrach

EndNote
My mind is consumed with Rosh Hashanah davening from immediately after the summer ends

By Riki Goldstein

Therapy Toolbox
“Why don’t you just yell at me? Tell me I’m wasting your time? That I’m a horrible mother and wife, and I should just get divorced and leave everyone well alone?”

By Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT

Musings
I opened the cover now the way I’d greet a long-lost friend, holding my breath and wondering what I’d remember

By Ahuva Kerzner

LifeTakes
I took a deep breath and said, “I noticed your maiden name is Fraiman. That’s also my mother’s maiden name”

By Risa Rotman