Magazine Feature
Dayan Chanoch Ehrentreu's reign of unbending standards and unstinting kindness

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Magazine Feature
Those paintings of the soul that the Soviets failed to find are now in Jerusalem, where the backstory can finally be told

By Chananel Shapiro

Magazine Feature
As he readies for this year’s 100th Agudah Convention, Rabbi Naftali Miller shares his unlikely story

By Yosef Herz

Knesset Channel
Bibi-Smotrich dust-up will dog this coalition

By Avi Blum, ESQ

The Beat
How much of a threat are the protests, and what would it take to bring systemic change in China?

By Gedalia Guttentag

Washington Wrap
The US and Europe have poured tens of billions into military aid for Ukraine, but how long can this pipeline continue?

By Omri Nahmias

Inside Israel
As of this writing, the identity of the perpetrators remains unknown, with none of the major terrorist organizations claiming responsibility

By Eliezer Shulman

The Rose Report
The US pressure campaign about Ben Gvir evokes historical echoes

By Binyamin Rose

To Be Honest
“They’ve never really been taught my generation’s lesson — that the riches of a kollel life come along with, maybe even demand, some form of material restraint”

By Family First Readers

In my home, every Yom Tov comes along with some family-favorite special dish. Of course, for Chanukah it’s something fried

By Chaya Surie Goldberger

When I hear that the kallah is 21, I’m surprised. Since when do 21-year-olds look so young?

By Tali Edelstein

Family First Serial
He hadn’t changed his order, just added hers in as well. Did that mean he wasn’t really considering her opinions?

By Esther Kurtz

This Way That Way
They’re great as a salad crunch, crushed and added to breading, added to mashed potatoes, or sprinkled over a frittata; your imagination is the limit

By FamilyTable Contributors

It was the first time that I stopped to think about how hard it must be to be two

By Ilyssa Bass PhD