Sunday, April 21, 2019
Grampy by Sloan Warner - Photo by Elena Eisendstadt

Grampy

A writer explores the heartache of loss through the words of an Emily Dickinson poem.
Pretty Hurts by Elise Anstey

Pretty Hurts

If you take time to look beneath the surface, you may see there is more than meets the eye...
Eros by Auden Yurman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Eros

What do you do when you feel out of place at a party? This piece follows a girl who has a surprising way of getting out of unwanted situations!
Hibakusha by Aviva Katz - Photo by Liora Meyer

Hibakusha

A poem explores the experience of a nuclear bomb from a Japanese perspective.
Or Torah by Aidyn Levin

Or Torah

What does a Tunisian Synagogue in Akko, Israel look like?
The Menu is Overwhelming by Emanuellle Sippy - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

The Menu is Overwhelming

"But when ambition reaches its boil, life with makes my mouth water...No, it’s not a prefix."

Dear Grandma

When a loved one passes on, precious moments of prayer can become deeper in meaning and significance.
Ocean Obliteration by Arielle Goldman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Ocean Obliteration

"Have we forgotten the little control we have?"
The Rocky Record by Elena Eisenstadt

The Rocky Record

A photographic exploration that invites you to imagine what each person is climbing for: a beginning, an ending, or both.
"Untitled - a photo by Liora Meyer"

Half-Light

Growing up with a sister has its fair share of challenges, but one thing is certain: not everything is as it seems.
The Rocky Record by Elena Eisenstadt

The Rocky Record

Dear Grandma

Lion - Liana Lapp - jGirls Magazine

The Lion

What Freedom Means to Me by Liel Huppert - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

What Freedom Means to Me

Wherever She Lands - Aliza Abusch-Magder - jGirls Magazine

Wherever She Lands

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