Delirium in New York, Asterix in Paris, laughs in Minneapolis
When my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2002, we found it challenging to integrate Jewish practice into her life. But it doesn’t have to be that way—and these organizations are making a difference.
From loss to joy to annoyance, wrestling with the places we come from
Hannukah mayhem in Austin, the Coen brothers in New York, screens in San Francisco
Postcards in Amherst, murals in Dallas, ‘Fiddler’ in Berkeley
As I attend a weekly Introduction to Judaism class with my fiancé, I’m reminded of all the little things I love—and completely forgot—about my faith
Amy Winehouse in Australia, Ronit Elkabetz in Holon, Nathan Englander in Vancouver
Rock n’ roll in Skokie, Iraqi treasures in Baltimore, sports fans in Munich
Habitats in Omaha, folk tales in San Francisco, a diary in Krakow
Today on Jewcy: What does it take to get to space?
Yiddish folk culture in Amherst, medicine in Ohio, the Arch of Titus in New York
Today on Jewcy: A look at ‘Alley-Oop to Aliyah: African American Hoopsters in the Holy Land.’
Design in London, security in Portland, immigrants in Pittsburgh
Refugees in Tulsa, beautiful minds in Memphis, chocolate in New York City
Being supportive of my fiancé’s conversion means letting him decide the role he wants Judaism to play in his life
Today on Jewcy: The actor talks about his character, a real-life lawyer who learns to embrace his Otherness.
Today on Jewcy: Warm up for fall with the best of the Jewish treat.
The New York Historical Society sheds new light on the work of one of the most notable—and neglected—American artists of the 20th Century
Ian’s decision to convert reminded me of how meaningful Judaism truly is to me
Ground Zero used to be an abstraction, until I pulled out my iPhone and created my own memory