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Fresh from the Farm

Barbara Bensoussan

Bright hues, fragrant scents, and the bustle of hawking vendors and eagle-eyed housewives. It could be the Middle East, the French countryside, or Midtown Manhattan. Across the globe, farmers’ markets lure with their charm and choices of fresh food.

 

Golden Launch: Becoming an Entrepreneur Later in Life

Azriela Jaffe

Starting a business after age 50 presents a unique set of challenges — and triumphs. Come along on the adventures of several frum women who became entrepreneurs when others were considering early retirement

 

Miracle Mom

Sara Miriam Gross

Sharon Lobaton spent 27 years waiting, praying, hoping for a child. At the age of 52, she received the ultimate consolation. After sowing with tears, she finally reaped the joyous dividends — her newborn son, cradled in her arms.

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We’re In It Together
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Every person makes the world complete
Harvard Rejects Learn their Lesson
Yonoson Rosenblum SAT scores aren’t human decency scores
Now That We Know
Eytan Kobre “I think the Internet is broken”
What’s Your Spacesuit?
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik How to remember who you are
Not the Best Idea
Jacob L. Freedman Where ethics and friendship sometimes clash
The Postdate Blues
Libi Astaire Tickets to Financial Ruin
Man Without a Name
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman “Ron?! There’s no such name!”
DNA Today
Faigy Peritzman Good family dynamics create deep-seated virtues
Getting to Know You
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Channels to get acquainted with your family
Stepping Stones
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz How a stumbling block becomes a stepping stone
Professional Organizer: Part IV
D. Himy & Zivia Reischer Create your own mnemonics to remember information