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Board Games in the Boardroom

C. Rosenberg

Dice, cards, and game boards in the conference room? According to gaming experts, corporate games aren’t only fun — they can significantly impact the bottom line

 

Intense Reactions to Intensive Care

Shifra Ernest

If a loved one is in intensive care, there’s a strong chance he’ll end up suffering from ICU psychosis. What causes it, why does it often go unrecognized, and how are doctors trying to prevent it?

 

Seeing the Light

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Are you baffled by lightbulbs? With so many different types, just staring at row upon row of bulbs in the stores can leave your head spinning. Here, we shed some light on the topic

 

SisterSchmooze: Weathering the Storm

Marcia Stark Meth / Emmy Leah Stark Zitter / Miriam Stark Zakon

We Sisters have experienced our share of storms — of the literal, figurative, and spiritual varieties. Let us regale you with our turbulent tales

 

Dynasty of Diamonds

Elana Rothberg

He’s seen too many kallos over the years to think everything is picture-perfect; often, the smiles waver, revealing turbulence as strong as choppy waves beneath, eyes an internal storm of lightning and thunder

 

On Eagles’ Wings

Aviva Perlmutter

Those two days — May 24–25, 1991 — when in total secrecy and silence, 14,500 Ethiopian Jews were rescued and brought to Israel

 

Freefall: Chapter 54

Miriam Zakon

Annie refuses to believe that Abe is dead. Moe receives a loving letter from his father and another letter telling him Rob canceled her wedding

 

House of Mirrors: Chapter 30

Rachael Lavon

One year later, Laylee smiles… I’m going to enjoy this, she thinks to herself

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 47

Gila Arnold

Aviva’s oversized smile trembled slightly. “Well, they need some time to process it.” Her voice wavered ever so slightly at the word “process”

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 6

Shoshana Schwartz

A teenage boy approached the offices. Hands and feet cuffed, he was flanked by three police officers. This kid must have really been bad news

 

Lifetakes: Taken for a Ride

Rivka Waldman

“Lady, you have nothing to worry,” he says, switching to English. “You’re in safety hands. I’m driving 30 years. Don’t worry! Why you worry?”



 
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