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"Promising” doesn’t begin to capture the trajectory of Eitam Henkin’s Hy”d, nascent career in Torah; “destined for greatness” is more like it. The loss, and the memories.
When gavels falls, popularity rises at media showcases for nominees, party leaders, and platforms
Nothing in my parents’ marriage had quite prepared me for what my own shanah rishonah would look like.
“Barry, it’s not forever. Hershel is an old man. The camp is his whole life, his whole chiyus. If you take it away from him, you’ll finish him off.”
Forty years ago, ArtScroll’s Rabbi Nosson Scherman and Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz never imagined that their first publication, on Megillas Esther, had just launched a seforim empire
For Entebbe commando Sassy Reuven, even four decades can’t dim his amazement over that night when every piece of a mission impossible fell into place
The millions Dr. Irving Moskowitz z”l pumped into the Holy City put more facts on the ground than all the years of “peace” negotiations
In the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote, who are the forces that stand to benefit and whose positions have become more precarious?
Is the mystery of the kidnapped Yemenite children one step closer to being solved?
The tzaddik wouldn’t sleep until every kopeck in the house was given away. So why did he let that large banknote go up in smoke?
In those days, teachers had no problem showing overt favoritism, and naturally, they were partial to the kids who did well. I wasn’t one of them
“Anyhow, something’s up, I can tell in Mommy’s voice. Find out if you can, I’m worried.”