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Shabbos with the “Girls”

Machla Abramovitz

Their husbands have passed away, their children and grandchildren live far from them. But these four women, the youngest of whom is 74, have each other. They get together weekly to share Shabbos — and life.

 

Unsung Heroines of the Holocaust

Dr. Pearl Herzog

When the Nazis began their reign of terror, these four women were just young girls. Yet despite their age, they risked their lives for their fellow Jews.

 

Thermostat Wars

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

You’re always cold, your husband’s always hot. The science and psychology behind why the exact same temperature can make two people feel so dramatically different.

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