Magazine Feature
A final conversation with the Gaavad, Rav Yitzchok Tovia Weiss

By Aryeh Ehrlich

Magazine Feature
She thought her grandfather was a hero. Then she learned he was a Nazi

By Rachel Ginsberg

Theme Section: Wandering Jews
Modern exiles of an ancient people: Four personal accounts of those seeking safer ground

By Rachel Bachrach

Theme Section: Wandering Jews
I was just a teenager, but I knew I had to leave Syria. Without a smuggler, could I possibly escape on my own without being caught or shot?

By Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Theme Section: Wandering Jews
His name was Gamal Abdul Nasser. I’d never heard of him before, but he was about to destroy my perfect childhood world

By Leah Gebber

Theme Section: Wandering Jews
In this day and age, could war and destruction really upend our lives overnight?

By Rivka Streicher

Theme Section: Wandering Jews
My parents had survived the Holocaust, but Communism in Hungary was a noose around our necks. Would that small crack during the uprising be the window for our escape?

By Riki Goldstein

The Moment
When Jews come on pilgrimage to that sacred site, they should weep over this stone for the loss of all their loved ones

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

A Better You
Was there ever a generation so heavily assaulted by external stimuli?

By Family First Contributors

These light and airy rolls are the perfect comfort food to break your fast on, along with a hearty bowl of soup

By Chavi Feldman

If a coffee mug could speak, what would it say?

By Esty Heller

A Heaping Scoop
The one food associated with a longer lifespan was consumption of different kinds of beans

By FamilyTable Contributors

Family Diary
But this wasn’t about the numbers; it was about a warped mindset

By Nechama Norman with Batsheva Berman

The Moment
He ran to get his pair of tefillin and showed the longhaired technician how to don them

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz