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More Than Just a Story

Baila Rosenbaum

A stroll through an exhibit of ancient artifacts brings Torah stories to life


Story for Chanukah: Heavenly Arbitrage

As related by Mordechai Fixler

As kollel families Down Under enjoyed their summertime Chanukah bein hazmanim, a miracle kept the light of Torah burning


Lifelines: Dancing Under the Umbrella

C. Saphir

When I was growing up, dance was so much a part of my identity that I would sometimes wonder to myself whether there was anything inside me besides dance


Shared Space: Chapter 33

Dov Haller

“I can’t thank you enough, Leizer, I know how over-your-head-busy you are, and to slip away from everything else just to do this for me, that’s really special”


Top 5 Ways to Spell “Chanukah”

Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin

You could probably spell Chanukah a different way on each of the eight nights.


Shul of My Youth: Beacon in Boston

Rabbi Henoch Plotnik

Rav Shlomo Margolis used his old-world charm to build a shul that was home to all kinds of Jews


Shared Space: Chapter 32

Dov Haller

“I’m not a cook, first of all, and I’m for sure not a celebrity. I’m just a guy.” Kivi realized a moment too late he’d walked into a trap


Cut 'n Paste: Purpose in the Pain

Chana Daskal

Drunken laughter ricochets off the walls. The Nazis have come to visit the safe house


Catching Up with Rabbi Paysach Krohn

Binyamin Rose

“Are we giving the right amount, to the proper people? Do we help our own family members when they are down and out? This is not a response to Pittsburgh. It’s a response to Hashem”


On Site: East Winds Blowing

Dr. Ari Greenspan

How I wound up on this recent trip to East Asia, with the honor of performing a bris for the grandson of my rebbi


Lifelines: Forgotten

C. Saphir

Why would Ahuva text me randomly when she knew I was with clients? “Give me a minute,” I said to my client. “It’s my babysitter”


Shared Space: Chapter 31

Dov Haller

An interview, Moish had read online, isn’t just to be heard, but to hear. Go in with the attitude that they need you, too. He was ready

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When the Fog Lifts
Rabbi Moshe Grylak In retrospect, we will understand everything
Coming Full Circle
Yonoson Rosenblum A final goodbye to my special father-in-law
Right Turns Left
Eytan Kobre Conservatives can no longer speak their minds
Searching for Olam Haba at Disney World
Rabbi Elchonon Zohn A distorted and perverted view of life and the afterlife
5 Out of 10
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin Top 5 Shabbos Dips
10 Questions for Eli Samuel
Rachel Bachrach “SafeTelecom really is the refuah before the makkah”
Work/Life Solutions with Fran Jakubowicz
Moe Mernick “I turn to daas Torah whenever I encounter a gray area”
A Debt of Gratitude
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman If Ina Perlmuter believed in me, others would follow
Gemara Detective
Jacob L. Freedman “Tell me a bit about the bochur behind the medication”
Tidal Waves
Riki Goldstein “Holding Back the Tide” is comforting on so many levels
Ari's Picture of Redemption
Riki Goldstein Ari Fuld’s incredible photo gives a visual to this song
Not Just for Kids Who Love Music
Riki Goldstein “Every Yiddishe kid is essentially a part of Yingerlach”
Dream Duet
Riki Goldstein “He’s been my singing idol since I was a little kid”
Nix the Nickname
Faigy Peritzman A name is so much more than a name
Do Your Homework
Sarah Chana Radcliffe What are you teaching your kids during homework time?
Day of Confinement
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz If Asarah B’Teves isn’t a day of destruction, why fast?