Magazine Feature
Rabbi Baruch Chait and Gadi Pollack return with another middos masterpiece

By Ariella Schiller

Magazine Feature
A train collision rerouted the Kook family to a new destination  

By Menachem Pines

The Current
Now that Mayor Eric Adams had declared all-out war on rats, one heimish exterminator is waiting for them to enlist his help

By Yochonon Donn

Washington Wrap
Why Ukraine's leader rushed to Washington

By Omri Nahmias

The Beat
Now that the Christian holidays count more as an economic event than a religious one, we’ve exchanged one set of problems for another

By Gedalia Guttentag

Knesset Channel
Bibi's new coalition is more like a shtibel

By Avi Blum, ESQ

Tech Wire
Stay tuned… many of Musk’s plans do materialize, but only years after estimated deadlines

By Esther Kurtz

Software Savvy
This column unpacks the role of software, what it can do for you, how to approach it, the questions to ask, and what it looks like put into action

By Esther Kurtz and Liora Waxman

For the Record
An autodidact in the natural sciences, the Radzyner Rebbe was a linguist and proficient in engineering, medicine, and chemistry

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

From My Table
With same-amount ingredients in a recipe, cooking and dumping is so much easier!

By Chanie Nayman

Second Thoughts
So much for shibboleths like “democracy” and “voice of the people”

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

There’s something so satisfying about salty-sweet flavors on the palate. Peanut butter, chocolate, and pretzels all come together in this yummy snack

By Naomi Ross

Ask Rabbi Greenwald
“Take the person you want to speak with out of the room rather than asking the other person to leave”

By Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald

This recipe is relatively easy to make and a great appetizer for Shabbos lunch. It looks pretty and tastes delicious, and is definitely a crowd-pleaser.

By Michal Belen