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A Red Line Crossed

Omri Nahmias, Washington, D.C.

Charity Ball Game Practice Becomes a Shooting Range

Tillerson in the Dark on Palestinian Payments?

Jacob Kornbluh

Payments to Terrorists Long-Term Capitol Hill Concern

New Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Patients

Barbara Bensoussan

Rafael Pharmaceuticals' CPI-613 May Be Long-Awaited Game Changer

"ArtScroll has been more successful than any kiruv organization in bringing me to authentic Yiddishkeit. And no philanthropist prior to the Schottensteins has done so much to assure the financial basis of their
existence, so that someone like me could obtain them at an affordable price"

Aharon Tuvia Gladstone

A Schottenstein Beneficiary / Mishpacha, Issue 664
It would have been interesting to hear what it was like for, say, an Ashkenazi who’s fourth-generation American on both sides marrying into a family whose grandparents hail from Egypt. What adjustments, or even hardships, did each spouse encounter? What surprises? Nothing more than learning new recipes?!


Mix and Match / Family First, Issue 541

Head over Heels

Sivi Sekula

You’ve heard of paragliding, windsurfing, and skydiving. Now read about even wilder extreme sports

Cover to Cover

Malky Cope

“The school doesn’t have spare cash to invest in the library. If you feel so strongly about it, maybe you can raise the money”

We’re In It Together
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Every person makes the world complete
Harvard Rejects Learn their Lesson
Yonoson Rosenblum SAT scores aren’t human decency scores
Now That We Know
Eytan Kobre “I think the Internet is broken”
What’s Your Spacesuit?
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik How to remember who you are
Not the Best Idea
Jacob L. Freedman Where ethics and friendship sometimes clash
The Postdate Blues
Libi Astaire Tickets to Financial Ruin
Man Without a Name
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman “Ron?! There’s no such name!”
DNA Today
Faigy Peritzman Good family dynamics create deep-seated virtues
Getting to Know You
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Channels to get acquainted with your family
Stepping Stones
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz How a stumbling block becomes a stepping stone
Professional Organizer: Part IV
D. Himy & Zivia Reischer Create your own mnemonics to remember information