Kichels
“What can I kichel here today?”

By Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz

5 out of 10

By Dovid Bashevkin

Profiles
What do a Skverer chassid and an Amish farmer have in common besides their mode of dress?

By Margie Pensak

Counter Point
The conversation about the uneven nature of the shidduch process has drawn sustained and significant feedback. A new batch of letters is featured here

By Mishpacha Contributors

Outlook
Both reports were based on the same exact evidence. Nunes told the truth; Schiff did not

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Point of View
The profound teshuvah of the Chashmonaim turned around an entire nation. Maybe ours can too

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak

On Topic
What makes the experience of starting out married life in Eretz Yisrael so elevating and valuable for some couples, and so disastrous and destructive for others? 

By Avigail Rabinowitz

Text Messages
It’s possible for individuals and parties to deserve both credit and blame at the same time

By Eytan Kobre

One Day Closer
“But maybe, just maybe, one of us will survive. And maybe that person will be you."

By Rabbi Menachem Nissel

Jr. Feature
Which of us have had experience winnowing? When was the last time you used a weaving loom?

By Rochel Samet

Double Dance
"I was thinking that the family would be complete if you were a full-fledged Weiss”

By Bracha Rosman

50 Reasons

By Ariella Stern

Teen Fiction
Here, I’m Miss Nobody. But back home… there I was Miss Popular

By Chana Cohen

Down to a Science
Vegetables don’t make you cry? I’ll bet they would if you were chopping onions!

By Yael Zoldan