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Gardening Tools

Yisroel Besser

Rav Shalom Arush has unleashed a revolution of faith with his books on emunah, gratitude, and peace in the home. He concedes it’s an unlikely success for a Moroccan-born Breslov baal teshuvah.

 

Barbed Wire Haven

Michal Eisikowitz

With its barbed wire, wooden barracks, and military patrols,Oswego’s old army fort might have looked like a concentration camp. Yet the small town in upstateNew Yorkwas actually the one bright light within a dark and shameful presidential policy.

 

To the Mountain & Back

As told to Brocha Miller

It started as a search for meaning, and almost ended on a lonely snow-covered mountain. Shmuel Abramson recalls the hiking adventure that took him to a place he never knew existed, a trail that led to a different world.

 

Upping the Ante

Barbara Bensoussan

Hidden away on the 12th floor of a narrow building onWest 30th StreetinManhattan, Kestenbaum & Company is the type of place you’d walk right by if you weren’t in the know. But once you step out of the elevator and are buzzed in through a nondescript door, you enter to find … a Judaica lover’s cave of treasures.

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Done Deal
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Out-Rage
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Center Stage
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Dear Sister-in-Law
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