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Seltzer And Peace

Seltzer And Peace

By Larry Gordon Maale Adumim—A great deal of what we know about this city is a big lie interspersed with mistruth and entangled in a significant dose of deception. Some…

Shaaray 1st Graders In 1st Place

Shaaray 1st Graders In 1st Place

In a dramatic extra-inning game, Shaaray Team D, coached by Jeff Zoldan, Zvi Gewirtz, and Justin Hirmes, walked off as First-Grade Little League Champions, winning by a score of 16–14.…

Twenty Years Into A New Era

Twenty Years Into A New Era

By Yochanan Gordon In light of the books that have recently been released on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s life, it becomes all the more difficult to contribute to this topic and…

End Of The Year In Israel

By Max Fruchter I can’t identify one event or moment that encapsulates my feelings of being back in America after my year Israel. But you certainly know when you are…

‘Travails & Conquests’

‘Travails & Conquests’

Book Review Travails and Conquests: The Life of Dr. Leon A. Reich by Yaakov Kornreich is much more than a memoir primarily of interest to friends and members of the…

I Like Mike

I Like Mike

By Larry Gordon Here in Israel, as we spend two days with Fox TV personality and former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, the atmosphere is that of a quasi-presidential campaign. I…

The Bike Rider

By Phyllis J. Lubin I remember my first bicycle: it was bright red and had training wheels and a “Phyllis” license plate that my Bubby Lily had sent me all…

A Lifetime Connection: Annual Sha’alvim Dinner

A Lifetime Connection: Annual Sha’alvim Dinner

By Rochelle Maruch Miller Since the inception of its overseas program over four decades ago, Yeshivat Sha’alvim has reaped nachat from close to 3,000 alumni. As the yeshiva’s life force,…

For The People: A Conversation With Frank Scaturro

By Rochelle Maruch Miller “Caring about our nation’s history has been a passion of mine since a young age, so I am undertaking the run for Congress with a deep…

It’s Not Politically Correct To Be Israeli

By Yochanan Gordon Genuineness and politics don’t go hand in hand. Most altruistic, well-meaning people don’t look to express their kind-heartedness in the political arena; so when we hear time…