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Right Hand Man

Binyamin Rose

Much of what went on in the smoke-filled backrooms of Bahrain, Kuwait, and Dubai will remain secret forever. But attorney and political confidant Philip Rosen — who was presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s top advisor and Shimon Peres’s secret negotiator — is as amiable and open as he can be considering the limits of confidentiality on the relationships that have shaped the economic and political map.

 

Don’t Accept Me As I Am

Rachel Ginsberg

Professor Reuven Feuerstein z”l dedicated his life to healing and change, teaching that the brain — and the spirit — are limitless, no matter what mental baggage a person has been saddled with. A month after his passing, his legacy endures.

 

The Long Road to Home

Malkie Schulman

Buying a home may be the American dream, but arriving at the destination is anything but a pleasure trip. In addition to the countless details, there’s a seemingly endless outlay of money, not to mention the anxiety and hand-wringing intrinsic to the process. To smooth your path, we’ve brought together experts from each stop along the journey to advise you on your way.



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A Century of Horror — and Hope
Rabbi Moshe Grylak More connected than at first glance
Sundown
Eytan Kobre When Chazal say so, that eclipses all else
Great Expectations
Jacob L. Freedman Not just his personal nachas machine
Vote of Thanks
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman Dov Ber was using Hashem as an excuse
Today’s Trash
Faigy Peritzman “Guess what I did today!”
Navigating In-Lawing
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Nurturing this relationship with kindness, consideration...
From Humdrum to Happy
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner The challenge: infusing these days with joy!