Steve Savitsky talks with Moshe Coan about Zivug Zone, a new online dating service that “[utilizes] scientific research that supports ‘the compatibility principle,'” creating a unique matching system that only shows highly compatible profiles–saving you so much more than just time.
Steve Savitsky interviews Rabbi Shlomo Weissman, Director of the Beth Din of America. Do they always try to achieve a compromise? Is it always a slow process?
Steve Savitsky talks with Rabbi Josh Spinner about the Torah Judaism that’s alive and well in Germany.
Steve’s interview with Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone, Regional director of New York NCSY, about the tremendous acts of hospitality, kindness and general heroism following Sandy.
Steve Savitsky interviews D’vora Miller about the difficult task of bringing up kids that are–in a word–mensches.
Steve Savitsky talks with Judah Isaacs, Director of Community Engagement at the Orthodox Union, about the funds raised for victims of Sandy and what’s been achieved.
Steve Savitsky interviews Batya Jacob, Director of Educational Support for Yachad and Program Director for Our Way.
Steve Savitsky interviews Anne Nueberger about her organization Sister-to-Sister, which provides support for divorced women.
Steve Savitsky interviews Tzivia Reiter, author of Briefcases and Baby Bottles, about managing the work-life imbalance.
Steve Savitsky interviews Ann Koffsky about the conspicuous absence of women in Jewish publications.