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As Told to Michal Eisikowitz

Every Jew’s heart is now focused on Eretz Yisrael, and all are supporting the Jews who live there. Which makes the wrenching decision to leave even harder. What goes into such a move? How do people deal with the logistics? And how can one hold on to the precious things she’s gained in the holiest of lands?

 

Dinner of the Future

Libi Astaire

Remember the days when frozen dinners, instant coffee, and orange juice made from a powder were the neatest foods to hit stores since sliced bread? Food technology today has a whole lot more in store for you.

 

The Feminine Critique

Miriam Kosman

We don’t like stereotypes about men and women, but, on the other hand, there are obvious physical differences between us that can’t be ignored.

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