How Florida became home to Jewish snowbirds
Special synagogue services may be a thing of the past but otherwise observing the holiday helped Jews feel like at one with the turkey-loving nation
How did a holiday that once seemed like a bit of harmless fun turn into a source of conflict for many American Jews?
As it gains popularity as a social event, the meal that ends Yom Kippur can sometimes eclipse the holiday itself—but ultimately, it reinforces our sense of community
A new exhibit at the National Museum of American History looks at the role of religion—including Judaism—in early America
While Bible-themed venues have proved popular with American—mostly Christian—tourists, Israel’s Shtetl Museum had trouble getting off the ground
Mayor De Blasio may be killing Manhattan’s storied neighborhood, once dense with high-rise factories, its sidewalks crowded with garmentos and push boys
Why do upscale kosher restaurants have such a short lifespan? Economics play a part, but so does culture.
In her new book ‘Set in Stone,’ Jenna Weissman Joselit recalls one synagogue’s battle over a stained-glass window