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On-Site: Hewer of Wood

Shlomi Gil

Walking into Shimon Tayar’s workshop is like walking into a wooden wonderland

Rose Report: Is the Deck Stacked against Bibi?

Binyamin Rose

Israeli journalists talk straight about their anti-Bibi bias

Washington Wrap: Kushner Plays It Safe at Saban Forum

Omri Nahmias

Thirty minutes into his Saban Forum talk, Kushner as Sphinx-like as ever

Inside Israel: Israel Enforces Its Red Lines in Syria

Eliezer Shulman

Israel missile strike echoes far beyond Syria

Metro & Beyond: The Bickering Gets Louder between Cuomo and de Blasio

Jacob Kornbluh

Cuomo and de Blasio trade barbs as they eye the national stage

A Few Minutes with Labor Leader Avi Gabbay

Omri Nahmias

“The more time that passes, the more we’ll continue to rise, and I’m certain that I will be the one to form the next government”

"Whenever there is a cover photo of a distinguished Jew, or even of any yirei Shamayim, I am proud. Proud to read such a publication and proud to belong to this special nation. Since it’s inevitable that Mishpacha might end up on the Shabbos table, I feel that at least there should be a refined cover photo”

M.B

Inbox / Mishpacha, Issue 686
"It was interesting to note that in most of the article’s scenarios, the suffering family member succeeded in using the nisayon as a means to build her emunah and grow stronger, enlarging her capacity to experience strong, opposing feelings simultaneously, while the celebrating family member seemed stuck in guilt. It’s important to recognize that guilt is a trap that blocks us from being fully able to enjoy the gifts Hashem has given us, and thus prevents us from growing. May we all be zocheh to celebrate abundant blessings in our lives"

Lea P. Davidson, Executive Director, PUAH

Simchah Imperfect / Family First, Issue 567

Amazing Mazes

Rhona Lewis

Mazes are built from stone, hedges, corn, mirrors, or ice. Or in books or on cereal boxes. Constructed or printed, mazes have been amazing us for centuries

Teen Fiction: Dumpin’ Doughnuts

Malky Cope

Dassy + doughnuts = no moderation. Once I started, there’d be no stopping. So, there was only one way to go about it



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Do You Know Where You’re Going?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak If Mrs. Esterhazy hadn’t gotten sick
Birthright Drops Reform
Yonoson Rosenblum The numbers tell the sad story
With Fresh Eyes
Eytan Kobre Members of an ever-tying people
Gift-Giving Guide
Yisroel Besser There’s a skill to giving a teacher a gift
Time for a Career Change
Jacob L. Freedman “How can a bochur even afford to smoke?”
Today I Am a (Learned? Committed?) Jewish Man
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman Are bar mitzvah celebrations good for the Jews?
Major in Mothering
Faigy Peritzman “How do you picture marriage? Discussing quantum theory?...
When Parents Disagree
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Connecting heart-to-heart when you don’t see eye-to-eye
En Route: Food for Thought
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz The bread we eat today also comes from heaven
The Twins: Part II
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “Bead,” she says again, with a little smirk
Dear Acquaintance
Your Possible Friend at the Clinic Why do you make it harder for me — and for you?