Magazine Feature
In the heart of Tel Aviv, Rav Mordechai Auerbach leads a community of baalei teshuvah out of a chassidic shul

By Yisrael A. Groweiss

Magazine Feature
On-site report from the Paris neighborhood where Sarah Halimi was killed by an Islamist radical

By Yisrael Yoskovitch

Magazine Feature
A secret diary. A fearless Nazi hunter. An unknown Jewish grandson. Robert Scott Kellner finally honors his grandfather’s deathbed wish

By Rachel Ginsberg

The Current
Lacking Bibi’s star quality, what does tech millionaire Naftali Bennett bring to one of the most demanding jobs on earth?  

By Eliezer Shulman and Gedalia Guttentag

The Beat
In an attempt to move beyond the clichéd, some things you may not know about Israel’s 11th president

By Mishpacha Staff

Metro & Beyond
With less than two weeks left, Dem candidates jostle for mayoral nod

By Yochonon Donn

Cut ‘n Paste
They say, at the end of the day, it’s not really a big deal. What they don’t tell you is no one else believes that

By Rachel Bachrach

"How do we combat the pervasive use of technology by our young ones? Introduce them to the joys of creativity"

By Mishpacha Readers

I serve a variety of salads with vibrant-colored techinah: ‎golden techinah made with turmeric, pink techinah made with beets, and green techinah made ‎with fresh parsley or mint

By Shevy Shanik

My grandmother was firm. “They’re for you. We always wanted you to have them”

By Chana Goodman

From My Table

By Chanie Nayman

Step It Up
Maybe my lists — both physical and mental — were actually making me more anxious?

By Mindel Kassorla

No Food Left Behind

By Beth Warren

Double Take
Her daughter's being punished for her at-risk sister

By Rochel Samet