Magazine Feature
Rav Sholom Schwadron’s unrehearsed prayers became a staple of repentance

By Yisroel Besser

Magazine Feature
Six popular speakers put down their mics to share what it’s really like on the job, beyond the spotlight and podium

By C.S. Teitelbaum

Magazine Feature
Son and current rosh yeshivah, Rav Simcha Scheinberg, reveals the secret of his father’s drive and passion

By Rabbi Eliyahu Gut and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky

Drawing upon his journey from Dharamshala to Kiryat Sefer, popular educator Rabbi Yitzchak Fanger has a message about life’s meaning that speaks to a new generation of searchers

By Gedalia Guttentag

Magazine Feature
When Rav Yaakov Shlomo Friedman wound up in a DP camp faced with halachic scenarios more complex than he could ever imagine, he organized a beis din and helped survivors reestabli ...

By Esther Shaindy Leshkowitz

Year in Review
Scientists say the world’s magnetic field is seriously off-kilter — and I believe them. Let’s hope that 5780 is the year the world rights itself

By Gershon Burstyn

Year in Review
Yet when the scales are balanced and the book of judgment closes on the year 5779, the Jewish People are thriving

By Binyamin Rose

Year in Review
The US president wakes up to the fact that Bibi’s no longer a winner — and Trump doesn’t like losers

By Omri Nahmias

5 out of 10
Our texts try to create space for another but just cause more clutter

By Dovid Bashevkin

Family First Feature
On January 1, thousands of Jewish men will dance in joyous celebration of the completion of Talmud Bavli. But they couldn’t have done it without the equal devotion of their wives

By Sandy Eller

Off the Couch
"Make sure they understand how important forgiveness is. We all need to do it — Hashem is waiting!"

By Jacob L. Freedman MD

Family First Feature
She was fascinated by bees and dreamed of owning her own hive. Could that dream possibly come true in middle of the city? One family’s beekeeping adventures

By Naomi Elbinger

When low and slow are the way to go.

By Chavi Feldman

Can I, too, be created anew? Perhaps I can tap into the power of the day and become a new creation, sans impatience

By Elana Rothberg