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Sometimes We Just Have To Laugh

By Anessa V. Cohen • My buyer told me that he has lived in the same house for 10 years. When I checked, I found out he’d still be there…

Family First

By Five Towns Marriage Initiative This week’s parashah is Vayishlach. The pasuk says that Yaakov arrived in the city of Shechem, and, upon pitching his tent, he set up an…

Vayishlach: Survival Skills

By Rabbi Yitzchok D. Frankel Agudath Israel of the Five Towns “And the remaining camp will survive.” — Bereishis 32:9 Yaakov Avinu prepared for battle and split his camp into…

MindBiz

By Esther Mann, LCSW Dear Esther, My in-laws are a big part of my life. My own parents are no longer alive, so they are the only parents I have.…

Evens Only

By Hannah Reich Berman When we’re young, we sometimes hear older people say, “It’s too bad that youth is wasted on the young!” Older folks often make the claim that…

Annoying Photographers

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Years ago, a few photographers were using a hard-to-find old magnesium ladder made by the White Metal and Stamping Company. It was super lightweight and…

To Stay Or Go?

By Shmuel Katz I hate politics. I hate the whole lead-up to elections, when many of my friends and neighbors whip themselves into a frenzy about who the best candidates…

Marathon Eating

By Mordechai Schmutter Kosherfest is an annual event in which manufacturers, retailers, and kashrus organizations get together to talk about food and offer each other samples, or, if they have…

Primary Colors

The Job Hunter By Rabbi Mordechai Kruger All parents think their kids are special. But there’s one way that I always knew my kids were different. Back when they were…

All Hail Kale!

All Hail Kale!

By Elke Probkevitz Kale is all the rave in healthy eating. It’s a nutritional powerhouse, great for detox and filled with cancer-fighting antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and filling fiber. So good…