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By Malkie Gordon Hirsch As I watched his little form make its way to the back of the school building to the location of the...
By Larry Gordon It was the morning of my father’s fifth yahrzeit. At the end of Shacharis, in a shul in Brooklyn, where we were...
By Rabbi Yair Hoffman There are two types of mindsets. There is the “teenage” mindset and there is the “adult” mindset. And this time, the...
By Rachel Tuchman Dear Rachel, I have an 8-year-old daughter who is adorable, fun, bright—a great kid and really a pleasure. There’s just this one small...
Question I am dating a woman who is divorced. She is a very nice young lady, and her divorce was amicable. In terms of finances,...
By Larry Gordon Zionism is probably both the most maligned and misunderstood national movement in the history of credos of the world. Back in 1975, the...
By Malkie Gordon Hirsch The Facebook message popped up in a most understated way, as if I often gave the go-ahead to speak at other...
By Larry Gordon On Tuesday of this week, we had the opportunity to attend what we can now refer to as a good old-fashioned organizational...
By Yochanan Gordon To state that I am camera shy would be an understatement. I have no qualms about expressing my viewpoints on a plethora...
By Rabbi Yair Hoffman This week, there was a meeting between the Satmar Rebbe and Senator Schumer. The meeting caused a number of people to...
By Baila Sebrow Question When did it start becoming so hard for girls to find a shidduch? My friends and I talk about this all the...
By Larry Gordon It all starts with the ability and confidence to write a first sentence like this one. Once you have that first sentence...
By Malkie Gordon Hirsch We’ve grown up thinking that that phrase “abracadabra” was a portal to something magical happening, and maybe there’s some truth to...
By Larry Gordon The interactions of the U.S. and Israeli governments have always been reminiscent of a real political tug-of-war. There was the Jimmy Carter presidency...
By Yair Hoffman Last month, President Joe Biden announced his vaccine mandate plan. The immediate repercussions, according to Check Point Software Technologies, a global cybersecurity...
By Yochanan Gordon I am the furthest thing possible from an economist. I have always despised math; my parents paid for that when I was...
By Betty Gulko A struggle all throughout my life was to love myself. Not the superficial kind, but a true, deep, flaws-and-all type of love....
By Baila Sebrow Question Everyone has been on my case to get married. I have a successful practice, own homes, and give lots of tzedakah to...
By Elisheva Liss Dear Elisheva, I’m writing this letter because I’m beside myself about my daughter, though she’s an adult already, in her thirties. She and...
By Malkie Gordon Hirsch I had started writing about something completely different earlier today, but when an unexpected visitor came to my door earlier and...
By Yochanan Gordon The Kinus HaShluchim is a major organizational event that takes place year in and year out. What is regularly a sit-down dinner...
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Sholli Kestecher has long dreamed of providing Torah-observant travelers with a seamless experience. Blessed with keen business acumen, the personable London-born entrepreneur drew upon...
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Colin Powell will be remembered in history as the first Black U.S. national security advisor, the first Black military chief of...
New York Jewish Week via JTA) — The longtime and pioneering leader of Brooklyn’s Yeshivah of Flatbush, Rabbi David Eliach, died Thursday. Eliach, who was...
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