Magazine Feature
As Ohr Yisroel in Tenafly, NJ opens its doors this week, Rabbi Scott Friedman knows his own success can be accessed by anyone

By Baila Rosenbaum

Magazine Feature
Can Mayor Eric Adams reverse the rot in New York City?

By Yochonon Donn

Tech Wire
Combine related PDFs into one document so you can look like you have it together

By Esther Kurtz

Halls of Power
Building relationships with elected officials is easier when they are less known, hold less power, and fewer people want that relationship

By Maury Litwack

The Beat
It’s precisely in the godless British Isles that spirituality — if not religion — is making a comeback, specifically among millennials

By Gedalia Guttentag

Washington Wrap
Since Afghanistan, the administration has been confronted with two new newly emboldened rivals in Russia and China

By Omri Nahmias

Eye on Europe
Liz Truss replaces Boris — can she hold his voters?

By Y. Davis

Knesset Channel
Aryeh Deri on why Shas continues to back Bibi

By Avi Blum, ESQ

Sitting in someone else’s seat? Wars have been started for less — and so have new shuls

By Sarah Moses Spero

From My Table
A Bundt cake on the counter is balabusta life, right?

By Chanie Nayman

Family First Serial
This was simply meant to be a formality. A small requirement. A modest ceremony. Instead, they are watched by hundreds of pairs of eyes

By Leah Gebber

Dotted with dark chocolate chips, this is the quintessential counter cake

By Estee Kafra

The amount of blessing will be directly proportionate to the depths of my heart

By Miriam Aflalo

Sound Bites
He’s been a caterer, camp and yeshivah cook, mashgiach, you name it

By Chaia Frishman