To really stand with Israel, the president will need to reverse the course of his predecessor and stop Iran’s march to regional hegemony. Mere proclamations mean nothing.
And how many of them are there, anyway?
How I learned to make ‘foul medemes,’ a fava bean-based dish he ate growing up in Cairo
Today on Jewcy: Sabbath holiness, godlessness, and sex
Why the United States’ inexplicable abandonment of the Kurdish people is ‘the geopolitical equivalent of a stock-market crash’
Content marketers convene in Boston to rid the world of bad content, get under your skin, and scavenge the rotting bones of journalism
While some tours take visitors to the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building, these guides lead tourists to the city’s best bagels and babkas
Hannukah mayhem in Austin, the Coen brothers in New York, screens in San Francisco
My favorite parfumier tried to capture the holiday’s scents. Sufganiot and dreidels and gelt all made the cut, but it’s the family-drama-inspired perfume that most intrigued me.
Clifford Odets’ masterpiece gets a spirited revival in the mamaloshen
Today on Jewcy: Mark your calendars for December 28th for a movie, gifts, and more!
Ep. 115: Mark Bittman’s new cookbook and ‘By the Book’ podcast host Kristen Meinzer on embracing self-help books
Let the last-minute Hanukkah shopping commence!
These aren’t your grandmother’s potato pancakes
Because it bears repeating: Anti-Semitism forms the theoretical core of white nationalism
The painter learns to ‘live Dada’
Jewishness as a metaphor for homosexual desire, in a successful new adaptation to film of the 2007 novel ‘Call Me By Your Name’
Before his death, a visit to his studio in Woodstock, New York, where the Czech emigrant and underappreciated artist of the Holocaust found peace