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It’s Showtime!

Surela

Between the spots, stunts, and shticks, it’s hard to imagine that the performers behind the shows are real people. Jr. — this is a one-time opportunity! Let’s yank aside those curtains and go backstage with some of our favorite performers.

 

Maze Sphering

By R. Naddel

Hey! My name is Shiffi. Boy, do I have a story to tell you! The best place to begin is right in the middle. Last week I walked into the newsroom and found it ransacked. I mean, not fully ransacked. It’s just that the big shoe box that was on the table that morning was gone! That was an important box, because it had the whole school’s USB sticks inside. And I was in charge of it.

 

Yosef Chaim Holds His Tongue

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

“Abba! There’s someone on the phone for you — Moshe Peretz from Bnei Brak, he said!” I called to Abba. “Moshe Peretz?” Abba pondered as he got up from his sefarim to pick up the phone. “Strange — haven’t spoken to him in a long time!” I was curious — who was Moshe Peretz?



 
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