Why Harvard commencement speaker Mark Zuckerberg is America’s Public Enemy No. 1
My youthful admiration for religious teachers, and my desire to please and even emulate them, ultimately helped me connect with myself as a Jewish adult
Rokhl’s Golden City: Bringing Yiddish children to life, while 1970s New York drops dead
Muhi—Generally Temporary tells the story of a Palestinian boy who travels to an Israel hospital for a life-saving treatment, with his grandfather by his side
In the first of a series of dispatches from Arab society in Israel, where—and how—should the Bedouin live?
The Democratic donor is supporting the Taylor Force Act, a Republican-led effort to prevent American taxpayer money from incentivizing Palestinian terrorism
As the museum expands, so does its vision
Two young Americans were murdered by crazies. Why were their families forced to stay silent?
Nechi Nech, Hebrew’s greatest hip-hop star, releases new masterful album
With surprising analogous thinking, ancient Talmudic sages tackled very modern questions—by accident or foresight, depending on how liberal your views—of transgender rights, the rights of unborn fetuses, women’s rights, and wealth distribution
Mayor De Blasio may be killing Manhattan’s storied neighborhood, once dense with high-rise factories, its sidewalks crowded with garmentos and push boys
Episode 95: Jamie Kirchick on the end of Europe and Muslim comedian Negin Farsad on making jokes in the Trump era
Confusion, shame, hope, eviction, love, ping-pong, and good posters in the Hebron hills
The Jewish Museum’s current show gives viewers a second chance to ‘see her light,’ and to see the socialite and troubled daughter behind the art
A descendant of the New York School brings cantorial poetics to his new collection, ‘In Memory of an Angel’