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Author Archives: Riva Pomerantz
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, the Feldheim Insider brings you a scrumptious delight—for both body and mind! Here, for your eating, er, reading pleasure, we’ve stirred together two award-winning chefs, to talk Chanukah, food, and fun. … Continue reading →
We are privileged, dear readers, to give you a special pre-Chanukah treat—an up-close, personal account of how a contemporary Torah luminary, the Satmar Rebbe, zt”l, conducted himself during Chanukah, from the vantage point of Rabbi Chaim Moshe Stauber, author … Continue reading →
Hello, loyal readers and Feldheim Fans! Today, I have a real pre-Chanukah treat for you—and it won’t make you gain weight! With his inimitable style, wit, and prolific pen, Hanoch Teller is more than a man; he is a legend. … Continue reading →
When I was asked to interview Riva Pomerantz, author of the new novel Charades, I wasn’t quite sure I was up to the challenge. I mean, we kind of have a bit of history together; we’ve been through plenty of … Continue reading →
The book is absolutely fascinating—and gorgeous, and it instantly had me and my children hooked. For those of you who’ve read Guinness and though it was the ultimate, meet The Book of Amazing Facts and Feats. Jam-packed with all sorts … Continue reading →
I definitely cannot claim to be a big “maven” in halacha sefarim; that’s more my husband’s domain! But when The Monthly Halacha Discussion crossed my desk, I was immediately enraptured. Yes—enraptured! It’s more than a halachic guide; it’s a smorgasbord … Continue reading →
The book intrigued me. My Friend, The Bully, read the title. Hmmmm, I thought, remembering my children’s experiences being bullied over the years. I wonder what this is about. The book was honest, forthright, and very on-target. It tells the … Continue reading →
I first “met” Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier through a CD case. “The Shmuz” read the title, giving me a couple of seconds to connect “shmuz” with “shmuess”, the Yiddish word for “chat” colloquially used to denote “sermon” or “lecture”. The … Continue reading →
The book very nearly slipped out of my hands before I even fully devoured it. A Pesach houseguest, completely impassioned by this hefty little treasure, nearly tucked it into her suitcase before she was nabbed by the Cookbook Police. Yeah, … Continue reading →
I still remember the first time I picked up Let My Nation Go, many years ago, to give it a casual leaf-through. I wound up putting it down a couple of hours later, completely read. It’s as close you can … Continue reading →