The Teimaner Rebbe Yisroel BesserHe’s a Yemenite rav who wears a round chassidish hat and silk beketshe. He runs his yeshivah as a typical litvish institution, and his students include both chassidim and Sephardim. Rav Avner Halevi Afghin is a kabbalist who stresses practical halachah, a man who asks for no honor but whose adherents are strong and growing.
Solvent until 120
Sara Glaz | Tuesday, April 21, 2015
A frightening trend has emerged over the past few decades, as retirees have begun to outlive their wealth. But while some may see their nest egg disappear due to extravagant spending, most see another culprit: high health care costs. How can you ensure that your wealth will remain protected in your golden years?
Dressed for Success
Baila Rosenblum | Tuesday, April 21, 2015
The man who would become world-famous for dressing presidents and power players sewed his first stitch in the laundry rooms of Auschwitz .Today, his 27 secret measurements have garnered him a roster of grateful clients. But despite rubbing shoulders with rulers and crafting custom suits for VIPs, Martin Greenfield can’t forget where he came from.
What’s Mine and Yours is Hers
Riki Goldstein Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Rebbetzin Sarah Leah Kushelevsky devoted her life to the learning of her husband and his students in Yeshivas Heichal HaTorah. With her passing on Rosh Chodesh Nissan we lost a woman who embodied Eishes Chayil.
Marcia Stark Meth / Emmy Stark Zitter / Miriam Stark Zakon Tuesday, April 21, 2015
When one of the Schmoozing Sisters suggested using street crossing as our theme, the others were skeptical. Could we really all find something to say about something so mundane, so prosaic?
Lior of Abba Moving, as told to C.B. Gavant Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Hi kids! My name is Lior, and I’m the owner of Abba Moving, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.
Strong as an Ox
Ruchama Schnaidman Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Running a superstore involves a lot of work. Siman took a deep breath and pushed himself to run a little faster. “Keeps me fit and strong,” he hollered to Tov who pleaded with him to please, please slow down, “At least a bit.”
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