Magazine Feature
Rav Chaim Kanievsky remains a beacon of clarity in a stormy world. The inside perspective of Rabbi Shai Graucher, who’s brought Rav Chaim’s wisdom to the English-speaking public

By Dovid Sussman

Magazine Feature
Rabbi Moshe Bamberger unveils hidden greatness in the cemetery

By Musia Slavin

The Beat
However the MAGA story ends, Trump has taught the GOP one thing: Given the right leader, conservatism isn’t destined to be swept away by a sea of millennial liberals

By Mishpacha Staff

Washington Wrap
The battle for Georgia and Trump's legacy

By Omri Nahmias

Washington Wrap
Biden will have a hard time fulfilling his campaign promise to take control of the virus

By Omri Nahmias

The Current
Boro Park's shops struggle to survive

By Yochonon Donn

The Current
The furor generated by the reports of Putin’s condition raises questions of its own

By Eliezer Shulman and Gedalia Guttentag

The Moment
“The glass between us isn’t enough to dull the shine of the ahavas Torah I see in your eyes"

By Mishpacha Staff

Family Room
The best kind of playtime is one where the children are learning in some form, using their creative energy

By Family Room Contributors

The success of the concept behind the JEP recordings of the early 1970s

By Dovid Nachman Golding

From My Table
Our ultimate goal is for every one of our readers to find something here that works for them, whether it’s presented on a paper plate or on fine china.

By Chanie Nayman

Text Messages
A very big country, 330 million citizens strong, the great majority of whom are neither hard-right or left

By Eytan Kobre

This combination of ground meat and eggplant, along with the roasted red peppers and tomato dip, all complement each other really well; really tasty and easy party fare!

By Faigy Grossman

Family Room Feature
These unique color palettes are sophisticated yet versatile and can be used to update any space, not just the play area.

By Shiri Feldman