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Summer Job: Chapter 23

Dov Haller

“You’re looking at me like you recognize me from a picture hanging in the post office. Just say it already. What?” Rivky said.

 

Return Trip

Zivia Reischer

I wanted to create the perfect image, but inside there was just a black void. I tried filling that hole with approval, and I tried filling it with fun, but none of those things were the right shape for the empty space inside me. Until I hit rock bottom

 

Bringing Down the Blessings

Aryeh Ehrlich

The previous Nadvorna Rebbe ztz”l was a healer of broken souls, yet his son Rav Eliezer Zev Rosenbaum has brought a fresh dimension to the chassidus

 

Just a Regular Yid

Riki Goldstein

Rav Elyashiv named Rav Yitzchak Zilber one of the 36 hidden tzaddikim of his time. Rav Bentzion Zilber’s homage to his father’s exemplary fortitude

 

Blast from the Past

Libi Astaire

Ever since Har Sinai, the shofar has been associated with momentous events. Nothing can beat a horn’s blast when you want to say “Wake up!”

 

The Affable Lion

Tzivia Meth

Rav Yechezkel Abramsky’s influence on British Jewry continues to be felt today, as even secular Jews have come to appreciate the values he brought to their community

 

Palaces of Prayer

Shlomi Gil

Whether the design is intricate, unadorned, or top secret, Pinchas Lachiani knows how to turn even the humblest shul into a magnificent structure of sanctity

 

5776: The Year in Review

Binyamin Rose

The people, places, phenomena, episodes, and news that have characterized 5776

 

Lifelines: A Voice in the Wilderness

C. Saphir

You probably know very little about the state of Utah. But if you’re a parent of an at-risk child, knowing about Utah may be crucial



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