For the first time in English, a short story by the Yiddish master, in which 19th-century Hasidism meets its radical grandchildren in the 20th
Twenty-six years to the day after the death of the great Yiddish-American Nobel Prize winner, the clarity of his moral voice rings ever more true
News of the News: How the new sausage gets made
I am only twelve years old. I do not understand why the Israeli government won’t let suffering Jewish children rejoin their families in Israel.
When I decided to physically transition from female to male, I didn’t consciously consider how my relationship to Judaism might change as a result
The founder of Paper magazine takes a junket to the Holyland, where designers are trying to reconcile the competing demands of play and pray
An evening of beer, rap, politics, and young Jews in love
There will be Jews. There will be booze. Join us, won’t you?
Violating international law, Jordanian officials demand to investigate an Israeli security official who shot and killed a terrorist in self-defense
Amir Fryszer Guttman’s life was a roller-coaster of personal struggle and public advocacy
In Brooklyn, a new view of the Shoah, aimed at ultra-Orthodox Jews
While Bible-themed venues have proved popular with American—mostly Christian—tourists, Israel’s Shtetl Museum had trouble getting off the ground
Pickling goes far beyond the barrel of half-sours
The former George W. Bush administration adviser and diplomat talks Iran, North Korea, and other NatSec issues
Who are these violent young men who seem so angry at the world?
The American master of horror and the Yiddish writer have a surprising amount in common, including a disdain for humanism and its platitudes