Magazine Feature
 Zvhil rosh yeshivah and veteran maggid shiur Rav Michel Zilber shares the secret fueling a century of Daf Yomi

By Aryeh Ehrlich and Yisrael A. Groweiss

Magazine Feature
Summoned to bring a double sacrifice, Devory Paley shared her bedrock faith with an entire nation

By Rachel Ginsberg

Magazine Feature
Underground yeshivos that kept the song alive in times of terror and fear

By Tzivia Meth

Magazine Feature
Daas Torah can often surprise us, but the answers to our questions are often clearer than we could have imagined

By Riki Goldstein

Magazine Feature
This is the lost legacy of Bais Yaakov of Lithuania

By Tzipora Weinberg

5783: Year in Review
Eight years after his rise, the fact that the Trump era hasn’t run its course is the biggest political story of the year

By Gedalia Guttentag

5783: Year in Review
It’s hard to remember a year in which the US and Israeli governments engaged in more public squabbles

By Binyamin Rose

5783: Year in Review
The New York Times systematically weaponized its coverage to heap embarrassment on Orthodox institutions and individuals

By Chaskel Bennett

How can we translate the energy and arousal of the Yamim Noraim into long-lasting change?

By Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan

Having simanim play out in different dishes of your Yom Tov table is always fun, but sweet roasted carrots covered in a garlic-infused oil makes it delicious as well.

By Sima Kazarnovsky

You can’t help but respect people who aim for a job well done

By Shoshana Friedman

With these easy-to-create and charming decorations, you don’t need to be an expert crafter to infuse your succah with beauty and warmth, making it a place of joy and celebration f ...

By Esther Ottensoser

Etched in Memory: Rosh Hashanah Theme 5784
Sometimes there are events so monumental they’re perfectly preserved as a snapshot, never forgotten. 5 readers share the moments forever

By Family First Readers

The Conversation Continues
“Alcoholics and other addicts would never be encouraged to just have their substance in moderation, just walk away, or just try harder”

By Family First Readers