Teen Feature
We’d go through anything for each other, but stay out of my business, or else

By Shira Gold

Thus concluded Day One of my Pretend. One phone call, and not much else. It felt disappointing. I was hoping for more

By Devorah Grant

There are lots of misconceptions when it comes to needing extra help in school, but just know that we are not dumb

By Shoshana Itzkowitz

Magazine Feature
As a frequent-flyer shochet to far-flung places, Rabbi Yechiel Shmuel Fried learned to never underestimate the capacity of a Jewish heart

By Rivka Streicher

Some of the Jewish music world’s most talented composers are also marbitzei Torah.... it’s about letting everyone hear the soundtrack of the beis medrash 

By Riki Goldstein

tastes like shabbos

By Sarah Faygie Berkowitz

Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?

By Rabbi Yechiel Spero

For a reconnection to work, there has to have been a prior connection on some level

By Yeshaya Kraus LCSW

Family First Feature
Judy Bron lost her sight at 32, but she didn’t succumb to darkness, instead living a full life of strength, positivity, and faith

By Rivki Silver