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Frayed Beyond Repair?

Rachel Ginsberg

After decades of managing to pull through in their marriages, why are more and more couples divorcing once they’ve hit middle age?

 

Our Man in Montreal

Machla Abramovitz

Lionel Perez jumped into politics just four years ago, but his impact is being felt all over Quebec, where he’s being hailed as a civic champion for upholding religious rights.

 

Caved In

Aharon Granot

Just a few miles from modern civilization, entire families of “cavemen” inhabit the caverns and grottos along the terrain of the Southern Chevron Hills. It’s not that they left the modern world — they never joined it. But where did they come from? Are they squatters who moved into these caves from the surrounding villages in an underhanded landgrab, or are they indeed the remnants of an ancient tribe — that might have actually been Jewish?

 

Be My Guest

Barbara Bensoussan

When David Lichtenstein realized food stamps weren’t an option, he tried his luck with properties. Today his billion-dollar enterprise has moved into a different kind of real estate —he’s dotted the map with free bikur cholim apartments for the exhausted, worried loved-ones of hospital patients.



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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!