|First issue||Elul 2006|
|Company||Binah Magazine Corporation|
|Based in||Brooklyn, New York|
Binah features articles appealing to Jewish women, including family matters, health, recipes, short stories and serialized novels. It is known for its full-color, glossy pages and its coverage of topics not usually discussed in mainstream Orthodox Jewish publications, such as divorce, single-parenting, home budgeting, and medical conditions. Its articles often create a buzz in Orthodox circles and online blogs. A 2012 article on summer camp security led to a summer-camp inspection by New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind and New York State Senate hopeful Simcha Felder (he was elected to office a few months later) at Camp Agudah in upstate New York.
Binah also produces the two-sided Binah Bunch Clubhouse/Binah BeTween glossy magazine for children and young teens, which is distributed together with the women's magazine.
Binah is distributed in the United States, England and Israel.
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- "Spice it Right Binah Magazine Cookbook". Eichlers.com. 2011. Retrieved August 4, 2011.
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