The presidential debate pitted an outdated, ‘tough-guy’ version of masculinity against the modern era, which is upon us anyway
When I tried making a treasured family recipe, I decided it needed some revisions. This Rosh Hashanah, I’ll honor my great-grandmother by updating her recipe.
Is the philosopher’s complexity enough to excuse his overt anti-Semitism? A dive into the so-called ‘black notebooks’ from the 1930s is revealing.
As ceremonies in Kiev commemorating the victims of the Babi Yar massacre draw to a close, a number of speeches by Ukrainian dignitaries have brought the atrocity into a clear, historical focus
As Israelis remain glued to the news for updates on the health of the former prime minister, it’s comforting to keep the promise of his legacy close by
What happens when a former synagogue becomes a private residence?
As the NBA conference finals kick off, this tastemaker, collaborator, and doyen knows what the fans want on their feet
The Vice-Chair of Britain’s premier far-left group Momentum has claimed Jews were behind the slave trade and argued that Jewish schools don’t need extra security
Josh and Zach Sharpe are two of the top players on the professional pinball circuit today. Their father, Roger, paved the path for them.
Time for a rewrite of Adam Sandler’s ‘Hanukkah Song’—and a successor to those delicious, mile-high kosher-style sandwiches
So why does the bill remain in political purgatory?
In the Bay Area, Karaite Jews struggle to build a future in America
Welcoming the Jewish New Year with stories about new beginnings from our hosts
For terrorists and activists alike, an identity addiction spells trouble
Three weeks ago, Shimon Peres sat for what he intended to be a Rosh Hashanah-timed discussion about the state of the world. It was also his final one.
A wedding present, a family history, and Ukraine’s dark 20th century, 75 years after Babi Yar
Happy New Year from a doo-wop singer who opened for Jimi at Woodstock, then became a biblical scholar
The infamous Lipstadt-Irving libel battle gets a trim new David Hare film adaptation starring Rachel Weisz—just in time for the rise of Trump
In an excerpt from ‘The People and the Books,’ a portrait of Glückel of Hameln, the 17th-century Jewish woman whose access to Judaism’s foundational stories was through the Tsenerene, a Yiddish retelling of the Torah