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Keep it Kosher

By Eytan Kobre

What’s really going on in the kashrus industry of 2013? Five ofNorth America’s top kashrus experts step up to the plate for a candid look on what we’re eating — and what’s eating us.

 

Who Says 90 Is Old?

Malky Lowinger

They could be spending their days snoozing in a rocking chair, but seniors who are still working into their 90s know that punching the clock encourages better health, longer life span, sharpened cognitive skills, and greater happiness. For these nonagenarians, staying in the loop is the best way to retire.

 

The Unintended Historian

Yonoson Rosenblum

Israel’s 1967 war might have lasted only six days, but 46 years later journalists and historians are still arguing over what happened. Veteran journalist Avraham (Abe) Rabinovich, who has written extensively about Israel’s wars, rejoins the fray with the reissue of his landmark work, The Battle for Jerusalem: the Unintended Conquest.



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Let Me Go, for Dawn is Breaking
Rabbi Moshe Grylak What caused such a turnabout?
A New Darkness Descends
Yonoson Rosenblum A generation of too many Eisavs
Let’s Celebrate
Eytan Kobre Hundreds of boys arrived for a chasunah — theirs
This Is Our Victory
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik It is incumbent upon us to keep fighting the good fight
Not in My Neighborhood
David G. Greenfield Is housing discrimination a hate crime?
Keep Your Priorities Straight
Jacob L. Freedman Everything in its proper place on the ladder
Night Lights
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman The family that lights together
Chanukah Spirits
Faigy Peritzman Only with My spirit
Miracles
Sarah Chana Radcliffe We live our lives in the miracle zone
Darkness, Light, and the Hierarchy of Life
Debbie Greenblatt Clarity is always described as light
The Twins: Part III
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer Clusters are twins — they go together