What Rabbi Elvis taught me about myself and God
‘Second Helpings, Please!’ has been teaching Canadian Jews how to cook—and raising money for charity—for nearly 50 years
Episode 101: The team behind ‘Soon By You,’ a web series about dating while modern Orthodox, and Rod Dreher’s Benedict Option
The James Beard Award-winning chef on cooking for his dying grandmother, launching his career in Home Ec class, and where to eat in New York right now
How to make a perfect cold coup for summer
Marco Roth talks to, yells at, and pleads with Joshua Cohen about his new novel, ‘Moving Kings’
Jews: Still really good at making movies!
My father loved a lot of things I just don’t get. But sipping an earthy and chocolatey red from his favorite vineyard brought tears to my eyes.
With so many angry aging Jewish men in one place, the new Noah Baumbach movie may as well be a morning minyan at an Upper West Side shul
The far-right leader loves to misrepresent the values of Jews and other minorities in efforts to troll them. No one should fall for it.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of American History looks at the role of religion—including Judaism—in early America
How did Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s July visit with Benjamin Netanyahu fit into the last quarter-century of Indo-Israeli relations?
‘While peace with Palestinians may be the preferable instrument for ridding Israel of its undesirable control over millions of Palestinians, it is not the ultimate goal of the Zionist enterprise. It is an instrument.’
With a vote for BDS, one part of the left heads for oblivion
Rokhl’s Golden City: A day in Coney Island
An off-track exhibit at the Accademia puts the New York School painter in the company of Titian, Tintoretto, and, weirdly, the Italian Nobel prize-winning poet Eugenio Montale
Excerpts from Dame Antonia Fraser’s 1978 diary of her and the playwright’s trip to Israel reveal a dusty cosmopolitan land still finding its way in a changing world