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Cazzie David Is a Pretty, Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Cool Millennial

Larry David's daughter is creating a name for herself as the star of the web series 'Eighty-Sixed'

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Brazilian Grade School Gets Flak for Its Methods of Teaching the Holocaust

In response, the Brazilian Jewish Federation is helping to hone the school's curriculum

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Meg Ryan Fakes an Orgasm—in Yiddish

Now we know what some of Hollywood's most iconic moments would sound like in 'mameloshn'

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Goodbye, Girls

After six seasons, the HBO series ends on an unexpectedly quiet, peaceful note

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Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Elected Member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The ethnographer, folklorist, and keeper of Poland’s Jewish heritage is recognized by a prestigious honor society

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Judy Blume To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

The legendary author will receive a prize in May from the American Academy of Arts and Letters

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The End of an Era

On 'Girls,' Hannah prepares to leave behind her life in New York City

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A Britney Concert in Tel Aviv—Her First—Is Pushing Back an Israeli Election

The Labor Party primaries have been postponed for a day because of traffic concerns and a lack of available security guards

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Can My Dog Eat Chametz?

A guide to feeding pets on Passover

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Becoming a Bat Mitzvah—at 91

Eugenia Unger, a Holocaust survivor and co-founder of Buenos Aires' Holocaust museum, celebrated the momentous occasion this past Shabbat

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Unexpected Encounters

On Girls, Ray and Shoshanna are back, and Adam has a surprising proposal for Hannah

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Pakistan Allows One Citizen to Register as a Jew for First Time Since 1980s

Fischel Benkhald, born in Karachi to a Jewish mother, has officially declared his religious identity

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Case Cracked: Missing Tefillin Found at Brooklyn Waste Station

When a man visiting from Israel accidentally lost his tefillin in Williamsburg, it took a total team effort to locate it. Only in New York.

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Mayim Bialik: ‘We Have to Stop Calling Women Girls’

The feminist neuroscientist and The Big Bang Theory actress wants you to know how much your 'language matters'

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Full Court Press

On 'Girls,' Elijah gets an unexpected visitor and Hannah confronts Paul-Louis

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Israeli-American Teen Arrested for Bomb Threats to American Jewish Institutions

The alleged perpetrator's motive and mental state remain unclear

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Robert Silvers, Founding Editor of New York Review of Books, Passes Away at 87

Silvers co-founded the legendary periodical in 1963

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Arizona Police Arrest Suspects for Twisting Local Menorah Into a Swastika

Both the communal and law enforcement responses to the crime offered an encouraging example for countering acts of anti-Semitism

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Going Public

On Girls, Hannah shares her big news with her friends—and finds that everyone has an opinion

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David Grossman and Amos Oz Long-Listed for Man Booker International Prize

The Israeli authors were nominated for their novels A Horse Walks Into a Bar and Judas, respectively

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Children’s Author and Memoirist Amy Krouse Rosenthal Dies at 51

Revisit her heartbreaking New York Times essay, 'You May Want to Marry My Husband'

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Drawing Inspiration From Jenny Slate’s ‘Game-changing’ Hair

The comedian and feminist talked to Glamour about coming to terms with her unruly mane, and being her 'most energetic and vibrant self'

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Student Becomes Teacher

On 'Girls,' Hannah gets a taste of motherhood in an unexpected place

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The Purim Comedy You Need in Your Life Right Now

Christopher Guest's 2006 film 'For Your Consideration' tells the story of a Hollywood production of a Purim movie. Watch it.

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On ‘Girls,’ Narcissism and Jewish Writers

Hannah gets some unexpected news, Woody Allen and Saul Bellow get name dropped, and Ray confronts his own mortality

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Iconic Israeli Photographer David Rubinger Dies at 92

For over 60 years, Rubinger captured modern Israel life—its leaders, wars, and people, including an everlasting image of three IDF paratroopers looking at the Western Wall after its recapture

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Retiree Builds 8 1/2-Foot Statue of Sandy Koufax in His Front Yard

The Hall of Fame lefty, who famously sat on Yom Kippur during the 1965 World Series, had quite the impact on Robert Gaynor of Newton, Mass.

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On ‘Girls,’ Hannah Has a Strange Encounter With a Dubious Writer

Clutching a Philip Roth novel, Hannah finds herself in a precarious situation with a disreputable author she admires

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