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Simple Grandeur

Yisroel Besser

When Rav Gershon Edelstein was tapped by the Ponevezher Rav to give shiur in a nascent yeshivah on a hill in Bnei Brak, it was a charge that would continue for seven decades and counting

 

Unlikely Chassid

As told to C. B. Lieber

One may wear a knitted kippah and the other a shtreimel, but when two neshamos unite, outer trappings melt away. Meet six non-chassidim who have unlikely connections with chassidic rebbes

 

A Guide for the Politically Perplexed

Binyamin Rose, Washington, D.C.

Has Donald Trump’s unexpected ascendancy rewritten the political playbook? Democrat Steve Rabinowitz and Republican Tevi Troy share a lively discussion in Washington

 

Mizmor L’Dovid

Rachel Ginsberg

Dovid Hill z”l was sick for half his life, but the young chassidic boy with the wise eyes and sublime voice learned early on to channel his fears and prayers into eternal songs of hope and inspiration

 

The Michael Behind the Mike

Yonoson Rosenblum

Famous, multitalented, persuasive, conservative: Those are a few ways to describe Michael Medved, national radio host, author, social commentator, and Orthodox Jew. How does he draw four million listeners a week

 

Eternal Blue

Baruch Sterman

Here I was, digging in the sand along the Mexican shores of Huatulco overlooking the endless ocean. This was no vacation, though. I was on a mission to search out a particular snail

 

Beyond Nails in the Grocery Store

Eytan Kobre

Son of a pioneer of Colorado’s media world, Hillel Goldberg was expected to continue his family’s newspaper. But a mussar scholar, writer, and seforim author, too?

 

Polish Your Diamond

Yisroel Besser

Moshe Lax is in the diamond business. But really, he’s a musician who’s an author who’s a real estate developer who’s a philanthropist who’s in the diamond business. He’s fought hard to broaden his horizons. And he isn’t done exploring yet

 

A Master at Work

Margie Pensak

Gianni Toso, one of the world’s leading glass artists, is as passionate about his art as he is about his late-gained family, the Jewish People

 

The Boys in the Band

Barbara Bensoussan

How did a group of ragtag amateurs from the 1960s launch today’s Jewish music scene? We tracked down the young men who, more than half a century ago, brought a new sound to an old refrain

 

Dilemmas in Print: A Mishpacha Symposium

Coordinated by Eytan Kobre

Five prominent figures in the worlds of Orthodox Jewish journalism and communal leadership address some of the challenges and opportunities

 

Finding Harmony

Shlomi Gil

Yonatan and Aharon Razel, brothers with distinctive styles, have captured the spotlight of the Jewish music scene, creating songs that speak to religious and secular alike

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What Are We Supposed to Do?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak A tried-and-true remedy — and it shook the heavens
Badgered into Submission
Yonoson Rosenblum Avatars of political correctness in search of dissenters
Drinking Doubt Away
Eytan Kobre Meaning is indispensable for generating happiness
Checks and Balances III
Mishpacha Readers The conversation continues...
Memorable Melodies of Modzhitz
Rabbi Mordechai Besser The struggling survivors became kings in shul on Shabbos
A Whole Song and Dance
Rabbi Ron Yitzchak Eisenman One of those small acts that are giant leaps of chesed
Diamonds
Jacob L. Freedman MD "Each Jewish woman is a bas Melech, Dr. Freedman!"
Streamlined Service
Riki Goldstein "JewishMusic Stream is still about classic kosher music”
Perfect Harmony
Riki Goldstein "The arrangements literally changed the entire song"
Hang On to the Glow
Riki Goldstein Back to the warm camp Shabbos memories
Marking Miracles
Faigy Peritzman The miracles are there, but our eyes are blind to them
Going Against the Current
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Wise to deny our kids something all their friends have?
Clothed in Splendor
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz When dressing up is spiritual, not superficial
The Spokesman: Part IV
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer Every sentence tells a story; make yours well told