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By Accident or Design

Rochel Burstyn

Have you ever wondered how your favorite foods were invented? Let’s peek into history and check out the origins of some famous delicious recipes and food combinations.…

 

Jr. Tales: Worth Waiting For

Sara Miriam Gross

“Do you think I need to pack white serving gloves?” Devorah said with a laugh as she sat down on her third suitcase and tried to get the zipper to close. “As if you could fit anything else in there!” Chavi remarked, before her thoughts drifted back to her own (as-of-yet-unpacked) suitcases.

 

The Courage to Stand Apart

Aliza Goldin

One of the biggest issues that kids face when dealing with tzniyus is that of peer pressure. Now, peer pressure is a hot topic with teenagers no matter what specific area of life you may be dealing with at the moment, but for reasons we’ll explain, it hits particularly hard when dealing with tzniyus.

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