Three young Canadian artists with a political bent look at Jewish refugee history in ‘Old Stock’
A new exhibit spotlights the work of picture-book icons Russell and Lillian Hoban
Out of print for years, Maira Kalman’s children’s books are back for a new generation to enjoy
When my daughter wouldn’t sleep through the night, I wondered: Was this a medical issue, or a psychological problem she’d inherited from my family?
How Jewish marriage brokers lost their standing, outside the Orthodox world
A star-studded 80th birthday celebration for the beloved Jewish children’s book author highlights some of her most memorable work—but overlooks what makes her truly important
‘The Number on My Great-Grandpa’s Arm’ uses animation to elevate a documentary about a survivor and his 10-year-old great-grandson
I inherited more than Dad’s unexpected savings. I also inherited his way with money.
After nine years together, we got married. But we could only accept tradition after we grappled with it.
Coco offers a grown-up depiction of mourning
‘This thing has existed since marriage was invented,’ says Esther Perel, author of The State of Affairs
Let the last-minute Hanukkah shopping commence!
Amsterdam’s Dutch Resistance Museum Junior offers spectacular interactive education
Measuring a relationship in poems and tractates of Talmud
In Israel, more new mothers are opting to spend a few days in upscale ‘baby hotels’ after they give birth
On braiding together and picking apart my Hungarian, American, and Jewish selves
The Tenement Museum’s new exhibit focuses on families who came to the Lower East Side relatively recently
An effort is underway to save old buildings crumbling into dust
How to teach children about the Jewish State without cheerleading for Israel
My father taught me Talmud as a boy—whether I wanted to learn it or not
A San Francisco-based women’s collective hosts cannabis-themed gatherings informed by Jewish tradition
A new crop of books introduces young readers to people who fled their homes—in earlier decades, and today
Europe’s Holocaust memorials—and America’s Confederate monuments
My great-great-grandmother’s letters—in Ladino—paint a portrait of the Sephardic community on the Isle of Rhodes, moments before it was destroyed in the Holocaust
Staying connected to my family meant coming to terms with more than one name
I spent years searching for romance, without success, until my grandfather and my rebbe showed me just how simple it could be
In Israel, women are saying they can lead full lives without having children
A rabbi’s advice for couples who want to stay together
Kay Thompson, creator of the legendary children’s book character, had lots of secrets—including her Jewish roots
A father’s story