Playing the popular game in the death camp is a celebration, not a desecration
Why the Democratic presidential nominee’s steadfast nonideological wonkiness is less about her, and more about us
This week on Unorthodox, rabbinic student Deena Gottlieb and Muslim writer and commentator Arsalan Iftikhar
The Australian cosmetics entrepreneur talks with us about letting her hair ‘go Jewish,’ a plastic surgeon’s office on the Upper East Side, and challenging the standards of the beauty industry
President Barack Obama has done more to pivot the United States away from the hawkish foreign policy entrenched in Washington than even his supporters give him credit for
Creating special Torah coverings—often from discarded scraps of fabric—has a long history for Italian women
A new gallery show helps reassess the Lithuanian-born artist’s important work—and reveals it as anything but tragic
In her acceptance speech, Hillary Clinton laid the foundation for a broad-based presidential coalition. But she also risked trying to be all things to all people, and coming across as lacking core convictions.
During Wednesday’s DNC, the Democrats systematically appropriated traditional GOP strengths, from religion to national security, that Donald Trump had jettisoned
Last week, the NBA announced it would move the All-Star Game out of North Carolina in a stand against a discriminatory new law, but it comes with a price
At the DNC, former U.S. President Bill Clinton touted a preschool educational program created in Israel that Hillary brought to Arkansas during his time as Governor
Just in time for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, cook up this rich Brazilian fish stew
What my grandmother brought with her when she fled Nazi Germany for Australia, and what she left me when she died
For one, not to underestimate the impact of her just getting there
It has never been easy, even with all the accolades, to be Paul Simon. A new album, ‘Stranger to Stranger,’ shows the popular bridge-builder is still crazy after 74 years.
Id meet ego. Ego, id. The celebrated, controversial, highly self-aware filmmaker’s new ‘Café Society’ is about himself—but who is that?
Tablet Original Fiction: A Jewish heretic wants to read—literature