Works for Me
Using informational interviews as a way of trying to get a job is misleading, and will possibly have the opposite effect

By Shaina Keren

Magazine Feature
For over half a century, Rav Moshe Heinemann has set the bar high on kashrus, as head of STAR-K and as a foremost authority in the ever-more-complex field of kosher certification

By Eytan Kobre

Magazine Feature
Rav Shammai Zahn nurtured a generation of Sephardi gedolim whose influence was felt all over Europe and beyond. A reunion of memories after six decades

By Riki Goldstein

"May Hashem continue giving His nation tools to enhance and enrich Torah life, and the ability for us each to make the right choices in their use"

By Mishpacha Readers

The Beat
Mansour Abbas’s Islamist party, which won four seats in the pre-Pesach elections, could hand victory to Bibi or to his opponents

By Mishpacha Staff

The Soapbox
In the interesting times we live in, Kennan’s Long Telegram is back in vogue

By Gedalia Guttentag

Washington Wrap
Republican opponents reject Biden’s reforms out of hand

By Omri Nahmias

The Rose Report
Election reform might be the least of President Reuven Rivlin's worries right now

By Binyamin Rose

True Colors
I raised an eyebrow, but I didn’t dwell on it. After all, Brachi and I had been friends since forever

By Chaya Rosen

Tech Wire
Looking to hire an influencer for your marketing needs? Right now it’s the Wild West

By Esther Kurtz

Diary Serial
Before I know it, there’s pasta everywhere, and I mean EVERYWHERE, the director’s at your side, and I’m turning shades

By Shira Gold

The Moment
A century later, Reb Shayele’s beis medrash will stand again on precisely the same location

By Mishpacha Staff

For the Record
“A regular day in Eretz Yisrael contains the same holiness as Yom Tov Sheini shel Galuyos in the diaspora”

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

Light Years Away
“Maybe some people think a hearing device shouldn’t be a fashion accessory,” I said

By Ruti Kepler