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The stars joined a storied tradition of celebrity endorsements for Y.U., stretching back to Einstein, who raised thousands for the school
A recent viral video of a young man getting attacked for wearing a yarmulke in Berlin brought back memories
Still dissembling, Iran’s foreign minister looked a bit less polished this week in Manhattan
He moved to London with big dreams of becoming a famous chef. Hilarity ensued.
Today on Jewcy: A look at an unexpectedly funny take on the Jewish mourning process.
More than a century later, the Socialist politician is as relevant as ever
The Pixar mainstay opens up about cultural appropriation, Steven Spielberg’s socks, and the similarities between Mexican and Jewish-American cultures
An anatomy of incompetence and malice
The allegedly dead “Don of Odessa,” Aleksandr Angert, is making headlines again
Double-fun: the letter will be sold at an auction in Jerusalem
‘It is not the college’s practice to follow the personal social media accounts of its faculty or staff members’
‘The Arab occupation must be stopped and Samaria should be returned to the Jewish people as they have restored Jerusalem and the rest of the country to its owners,’ said Chief Joseph RiverWind of the Arawak Taino Nation
As Israeli society grows more diverse, training teachers to appreciate divergent experiences
Making fun of the Jewish state’s public relations, one R-rated joke at a time
The New York Times dismisses news of Palestinian payments to terrorists as a ‘far-right conspiracy’
All the news that’s fit to skim
Jewish summer camp in the 1970s and 1980s was a veritable hotbed of Michael Cohens. What if you dated THAT ONE?
‘One Thousand Nights and One Day’ never fails to be riveting, even when it is frustrating
The hosts of Tablet’s beloved podcast weigh in on the great questions of Jewish life
Jew-hatred is a form of derangement that, if unchecked, will destroy the societies that practice it
People Should Listen to Me More
Today on Jewcy: A new book explores how superheroes struggled with the Shoah
There’s no doubt that Chinese Indonesians and Jews need to be treated better by both their fellow citizens and the state, but things aren’t as grim as you may believe
The show’s lack of interest in Rajneeshism as actual religion makes it incoherent
In besieged Jerusalem, starving Jews foraged for edible plants, sparking a culinary tradition that continues long after the victory
From reservists lazing on a desert hilltop to doomed love in the shadow of the AIDS epidemic, the films that helped shape Israeli cinema
A musical celebration of Yom Ha’Atzmaut
Mallory, who previously dubbed Farrakhan the “greatest of all time,” was less fulsome about the premier Jewish civil rights organization
Today on Jewcy: The ‘Harry Potter’ author defends Jews online.