Magazine Feature
Hopes, prayers, and words of wisdom at the doorway to Elul: A collection of letters between rebbeim and talmidim, parents and children, rabbis and their congregants

By Shmuel Botnick

Magazine Feature
Chacham Shalom Cohen led his people with reverence and resolve

By Eliezer Shulman and Mishpacha Staff

A Tribute to Rav Shlomo Braunstein ztz”l

By Shmuel Botnick

The Beat
It’s a far-fetched, dystopian vision — could it ever come to pass?

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Rose Report
There may be more surprises as we get closer to 2024, but Liz Cheney is unlikely to be one of them

By Binyamin Rose

The Rose Report
Latest polls show the upside surprise of this election could be Israel’s most disruptive politician — Itamar Ben-Gvir

By Binyamin Rose

Halls of Power
An insider’s guide to political influence

By Maury Litwack

Business Casual
Experts share their wealth of experience

By Sarah Massry

The Conversation Continues
Our shidduch stats generated a great deal of discussion. Savvy singles and seasoned shadchanim offer their insights into the process

By Family First Contributors

From My Table
The theme in my house is “last licks of summer,” both on the grill and patchkeh’ing with all kinds of ingredients from the pantry. If you like salty-sweet, you’ll like this!

By Chanie Nayman

Like many other parents on the force, I began my parenting career at the most basic entry level

By Hadassah Swerds

This fabulous marinade is very versatile and will work on almost any piece of meat

By Rivky Kleiman

Family Diary
Why should girls wait until they’re tackling a new marriage, and possibly a new city and a new job, to learn how to cook?

By Nechama Norman with Batsheva Berman

Off the Eaten Path
France is very northerly on the globe; that meant Shabbos was over very late...that gave us lots of time to rest, eat, rest, read, rest, eat, and walk around

By Naomi Nachman and Noemi Levy