A night at the Imperial Craft, Tel Aviv’s coolest bar
If I wanted my daughter to learn to love the Sabbath, I had to bend my own rules just a little
Unlike a lot of classic teen comedies, the original ‘Wet Hot’ and its new Netflix revival series do not wash out the Jews. Is this a good sign or bad?
Netanyahu condemns ‘act of terrorism’ that also badly burned both parents and their 4-year-old boy
Al Seckel has left the country. But the world’s greatest collector of optical illusions left some troubles behind.
As Iran negotiates its nuclear deal, a look back at decades of debate by rabbis, politicians, and philosophers about the ethics of atomic warfare
Our caped crusaders have a lot to do with our anxieties about Jewish identity. It’s time we found more meaningful alternatives.
Michael Karkoc deemed ‘not fit for trial’
Despite rumblings of political intentions, the Sacramento Kings forward says his trip is about fun, family, and hummus
‘The person that committed this sinful act is a criminal in every way, and his intention to kill Jews is something which is terrifying’
Suspect is a Haredi man who was recently released from prison for committing a similar crime 10 years ago
In the heat of summer, nothing is as refreshing as a cold pickle. Just ask my kids.
Over the years of negotiation, concession after concession from the West
George Deek is an Arab in a Jewish state and Christian in a predominantly Muslim Arab world—and he recognizes that his multilayered identity is an asset
Will the deal hold the Islamic Republic in check? The former under secretary of state explains and defends the most complex and important treaty this century.
The internationally acclaimed filmmaker’s new ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ takes Jewish insularity to terrific extremes
The painter’s early 1950s work is the subject of an exceptional, worth-the-detour new show in Maine