Magazine Feature
More and more frum “out of town” communities are offering housing, education and job incentives to attract families. Meet some of today’s friendly recruiters

By Rochel Burstyn

Magazine Feature
The crucial role of Orthodox liaisons in New York politics today

By Yochonon Donn

Mourning famed Lubavitcher choizer Rav Yoel Kahn

By Mishpacha Staff

Counter Point
"Does chinuch add up to support a frum lifestyle? No. Is it a crime? Yes"

By Mishpacha Readers

Knesset Channel
The prison walls seemed to melt away, and all was well in the world as the open road beckoned

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Beat
A number of major changes this year that could smooth the way things operate for years to come

By Mishpacha Staff

The Soapbox
The shocking numbers of estranged American Jews should give us no rest

By Gedalia Guttentag

Washington Wrap
on foreign policy, the two take surprisingly similar approaches, albeit with very different rhetoric

By Omri Nahmias

A Healthier You
Estimates suggest that 75% of Americans do not meet their daily magnesium requirements

By Chaya Rosen

Teen Feature
Here’s what experts have to say on what color psychology does to change the way we feel

By Rochel Samet

It filled me up to feel wanted, important, needed. Which is why once I started, I didn’t stop — at all

By Devorah Grant

Teen Fiction
Buy yourself something special, Leah! Love, Mommy. I beam at the note and reread the words. Wow! This is simply… amazing!

By Goldie Hirsch

From A to Z
Then, the labeling started. Lazy, stupid, developmentally delayed, ADHD

By Rikki Baum

Nourish to Flourish
“It’s finding ways to move your body that feel good, are enjoyable, and make you feel better, not worse, after doing it”

By Bracha Kopstick