Software Savvy
What does real collaboration look like (without Excel)?

By Liora Waxman with Esther Kurtz

A Few Minutes With
A slew of threats and attacks induces pro-Israel British MP Mike Freer to leave politics

By Yoni Klajn

Sometimes a hit single can have as powerful an impact as an entire album. Three new singles have become this winter’s staples. Are you humming along yet?

By Riki Goldstein

For the Record
His dream, however, was to establish a yeshivah in Tel Aviv

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

Magazine Feature
Just about everywhere globetrotter Moshe Klein went in Kolkata, India, he heard echoes of the vibrant Jewish community that once existed, far-off echoes of Yiddishkeit that will l ...

By Sandy Eller

Mattisyahu Chaim ben Ettil was on my mind and in my tefillos six days a week for all these years.

By Hillel Goldberg

Halls of Power
Let’s get something out of the way first: No third-party candidate is going to become president of the United States

By Maury Litwack

Thank you, Rabbi Rosenblum, for opening this conversation about the serious Torah, halachah, and emunah emanating from the dati-leumi and Torani worlds. I hope Mishpacha chooses t ...

By Mishpacha Readers

Family First Serial
Fred Burton stopped shouting. His face crumpled, as fury gave way to anxiety and hurt. “You’re right, Mrs. Levine, and I’m sorry. But it was such a shock”

By Miriam Zakon

A Heaping Scoop
Leftover chicken soup with veggies, noodles, or even a kneidel or two can turn into a gourmet cream soup, and no one will ever know your secret.

By FamilyTable Contributors

You need to recalculate on a daily basis, and you wonder if those mathematicians were ever mothers

By Goldie Hirsch

Gourmet Vs. Everyday
Making homemade pizza might seem daunting at first, but it’s actually quite simple

By Chaya Suri Leitner and Sara Gold

Living “b’kivun el atzmo” ensures that the things I overhear and oversee become opportunities for growth

By Family First Contributors

Reel Chronicles
Line by line, page by page, day by day, these men keep reviewing their learning — and we’ve been recording their progress, literally from the get-go

By Moshe Shindler