A court decision in France finally ends one of the most dispiriting controversies in modern intellectual history. Or does it?
A love letter in 70 lines
Lessons from World War II Poland for us today
Can you sing? Dance? Speak the mamaloshen? Welcome to Anatevka.
And are we now on the eve of the emergence of a new, Fifth International?
It was cooking that made me embrace being Jewish
In the gap between transcendental and concrete experience, 48 years after the painter’s death
The stars joined a storied tradition of celebrity endorsements for Y.U., stretching back to Einstein, who raised thousands for the school
A recent viral video of a young man getting attacked for wearing a yarmulke in Berlin brought back memories
Still dissembling, Iran’s foreign minister looked a bit less polished this week in Manhattan
He moved to London with big dreams of becoming a famous chef. Hilarity ensued.
Episode 133: Former Jehovah’s Witness Linda Curtis on being shunned by the religion, Rachel Simmons on empowering young girls today, and more
In making animal sacrifices, says this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ Talmud study, ancient Jews learned the importance of doing religious actions with deliberate purpose
The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia marks the hundredth anniversary of the composer’s birth with an exhibit about his personal life and social activism
How a Jewish journalist came to spend years writing a book about the Protestant Reformation
Twenty years after his death, why the German-language writer and memoirist yearned for an era he never knew
Bookworm: On his own time and not on Mr. Hand’s time, Sean Penn composed ‘Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,’ but what for?