Chronicling the Life of a Giant

Why It Is Still Beneficial To Use A Travel Agent July 2016

In the age of online booking sites, using a travel agent may feel like going the way of the dinosaur. The truth is, however, that agents are more useful than simply selling trips to Disney World and cruises. Many agents still provide services or have knowledge that you just can’t get online – and sometimes, especially Read More »

By Mark Murphy

Getting To The Point Pay For Your Vacation With Credit Card Rewards July 2016

Take a moment and imagine your ideal vacation. Whether you’re sipping something cold on a pristine beach, touring through ancient cities rich with history, or reveling in unique and exotic spots around the globe, the common denominator of any trip is the whopping bill you’re left with at the end. Just try to relax and Read More »

By Chaya Steinman

The Spread Of Languages And The Tower Of Babel July 2016

One of the most interesting events in the Torah is the incident of the Tower of Babel. The Torah (Beresheet 11:1-9) relates that at one time everyone spoke the same language, and they assembled together to build a mighty structure  – the Tower of Babel. Gd was displeased with this plan, and He dispersed the Read More »

A New And Exciting Year At Ahaba Ve Ahava July 2016

A new school year has begun, and with it the usual anticipation and enthusiasm of new beginnings. Students poured into their schools on the first day of school, faces shining, pencils freshly sharpened, and new shoes squeaking, eager to see what the year has in store for them. But there was a special aura of Read More »

To Your Health July 2016

Child Medication Measurements Confuse MANY Parents Do you know the difference between teaspoons and tablespoons? Many parents don’t. According to a study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, more than 10,000 calls to the poison center each year are due to liquid medication dosage errors. The study says part of the reason parents may Read More »

The Tainted Tiara: The Class Queen Crisis July 2016

“Leah, I love your hair like that!” “What do you think, Leah? Should I trade my snack with Chavi?” “Do you want to come to my house after school, Leah?” Even though Leah was the most popular, the others didn’t really like her. They were a bit scared of getting on her bad side. Everyone Read More »

Yom Tov Sheni – The Second Day Of Yom Tov July 2016

1                What is the difference between Israel and                     the Diaspora regarding the second day of                    Yom Tov? In Israel, the second day of Pesach and Sukkot is the first day of Hol Hamoed, whereas outside of Israel,  it is observed as another day of Yom Tov, during which melachah(forbidden activity) is prohibited Read More »

By Rabbi Daniel Levy

Sage Advice July 2016

Dear Rabbi, My wife and I like going away for the weekend, but as Shabbat gets earlier, I am worried about getting stuck on the drive to Deal. She says we should go anyway, especially now before we have children, but I have heard crazy stories of people getting stuck on the road. If it’s Read More »

Ask Sito July 2016

Dear Sito, My in-laws live several hours away. We don’t have the means to fly there, but my wife likes going to her old home for the holidays. The kids always go crazy on the long car ride, no matter how many activities we come up with to try to keep them busy. I don’t Read More »

The Monkey July 2016

Monkeys are found naturally in the jungles and forests of the Southern Hemisphere. There are around 260 known species of monkey worldwide. The monkey can be anywhere from just a few inches tall, with some species of monkey growing to more than three feet tall. They come in all shapes, colors, and sizes, and are Read More »

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