In the merit of all the modern-day “righteous women” may we soon be redeemed from this long and bitter galus.
Women in Theater have been providing an outlet for women-only performing arts in Israel for a decade. This year, they are branching out into a production of Our Town.
I had thought myself a seasoned parent, but the girl launched me on an entirely new learning curve.
Just as no other place in the world has a heart like the heart of Jerusalem, no other Talmud teacher is quite like ours.
The Chofetz Chaim famously kept his suitcase by his door, in case Moshiach showed up and he’d have to jump on the boat to Israel.
The Memoirs of Gluckel The Memoirs of Gluckel of Hameln, which span from 1686 to 1719, is a fascinating autobiography from a frum, German Jewish mother of 14 who also worked as a businesswoman. Though she was married off at the tender age of 14, she was highly educated and opinionated in Torah as well Read more
Esther Cameron takes a nuanced look at whether it’s a good – or bad – thing for women’s faces to be appearing in more places in the orthodox Jewish world.
You probably know of Kerry Bar-Cohn by her stage name, ‘Rebbetzin Tap’, the wildly-popular Orthodox Jewish entertainer who took the frum female world by storm a few years back. By day, Kerry works as a chiropractor, lives in Bet Shemesh and is raising a family of four boys, aged 10-20 years old. But by night? Read more