To Remain A Jew: The Life of Rav Yitzchak Zilber

By A.Y. Schreiber The adage, "Truth is stranger than fiction," gets a powerful jolt in the arm with the appearance of To Remain A Jew,...

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A Conversation With Rabbi Yechiel Spero On Book #13

As I read through Rabbi Yechiel Spero's newest book, A Touch of Inspiration, what amazes me most is the variety of the stories. This...

10 Years in the Making: “Rabbi Sherer”

This past week, when the biography of Rabbi Moshe Sherer went to press, the excitement in the ArtScroll office was palpable. Many ArtScroll staffers...

Sefer Review: Hilchos Shabbos B’Shabbato – Interview With the Author

By Rabbi Shloimy Dickman,  Reviewed by Gavriel Sharf  Hilchos Shabbos issues are part of our lives on a weekly basis. How often do we come...

Book Review: Musawi – A Novel by A. Shalom

Reviewed by Chaim Schwarz Dusty, hot and antiquated, Haret-al-Yahud, the Jewish Quarter of Damascus, Syria, has been a haven for Jews since their expulsion from...

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Aleinu L’Shabeiach from Rav Zilberstein Now Available in English for the First Time

The acclaimed sefer Aleinu L'Shabeiach, by Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein, is now available in English for the very first time, thanks to our friends at...

Audio: Conversation With Rabbi Paysach J. Krohn

Radio host Nachum Segal recent hosted Rabbi Paysach J. Krohn at his studio for a fascinating discussion. Rabbi Krohn, a renowned author, lecturer,...

One of the Toughest Riddles Ever?

Yahoo News yesterday had a report on what is considered one of the "toughest riddles ever," a classic paradox involving a barber that may...