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Thursday, August 05, 2010

Mishpacha Jewish Family Weekly, our flagship magazine, has set a new standard in Orthodox journalism, providing readers with access to personalities, places, and phenomena they would not encounter otherwise. Mishpacha provides hard-hitting news analyses, colorful profiles, thought-provoking opinion columns, and stunning photography, along with a willingness to tackle contemporary issues affecting the Orthodox community. The magazine's team of editors and writers includes top Orthodox journalists from an international range of locations, and its contents reflect that universal appeal. Readers around the globe clearly see themselves as part of the Mishpacha which, true to its name, is a weekly celebration of the global Jewish family.

Mishpacha Family First Jewish Women's Weekly is an integral component of the Mishpacha package. This crisp, contemporary magazine is a showcase for the incredible diversity, talents, intelligence, and creativity of Jewish women worldwide. Family First explores issues relating to family, health, relationships, and personal development, providing a range of informational articles, profiles of inspiring women, and discussions of painful social realities and possible solutions. We regularly include visually appealing craft spreads along with comprehensive feature articles. Recurring columns offer tips, advice, recipes, humor, and food for the soul, all of which accompany readers throughout the seasons of the Jewish calendar.

Mishpacha Junior is a dream come true for parents and children. For parents, it provides that elusive blend of entertainment and guaranteed kosher quality. For kids, Mishpacha Junior is so intriguing and enjoyable, they barely realize how much they learn as they read! With a lovable cast of characters and cleverly presented food for thought, Mishpacha Junior has succeeded in creating a mix that caters to youngsters of many different reading levels. Since its launch, Mishpacha Junior has become a popular addition to many classrooms and school libraries. It is wholeheartedly beloved by children (and many adults, too!) the world over.

Kolmus: The Journal of Torah and Jewish Thought is a monthly supplement that offers thought-provoking and comprehensive articles about Torah topics, Jewish history, and Jewish thought. Written in a style that is deep and engaging, Kolmus will inject Torah, spirituality, and meaning into your life. Look for Kolmus in the Mishpacha package on Shabbos Mevorchim and Jewish holidays.

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