The Marx Brothers’ finest film is a testament to the indestructibility of Jewish humor
This Father’s Day, one dad contemplates life with four girls and a boy on the way
It starts with learning to ask the questions that truly matter
When Farrakhan and his supporters are out on social media racking up shares, retweets, and views, it makes it much harder to dismiss them as insignificant, despite the best efforts of many apologists.
Bagel-and-lox cuff links? Babka earrings? I’ve got you covered.
Just in time for Pride, he drops a new video for ‘Lookin,’ the first single off his racy debut album
Today on Jewcy: The rockin’ (Jewish) summer songs you never knew you needed!
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The entire endeavor of sports fandom is an invitation to constantly think about why we assign alpine scales of meaning to things that are inevitably trivial and outside of our control
As the games begin in Russia, remembering the glories of soccer stars past
‘My dream is that 1.5 million Japanese students will visit us and change Japan’
Today on Jewcy: An empirical approach to picking a favorite team.
The president’s remarks signaled a departure from his predecessor’s policy on American captives abroad
As a new lawsuit draws attention to lobbyists, one key advisor ends his relationships with the Gulf state
When Jews move out, do their sacred scrolls move, too?
With the push of a button, a soldier in distress can now alert three different HQs
Today on Jewcy: A look at the films showcased at the annual festival put on by the JCC Manhattan.
The star turns producer in Cuba-themed biopic, and lands a leading role alongside The Rock
Misanthropic and reclusive, her works defied Soviet censorship and defined a generation
Is Eyal Golan, a popular singer recently embroiled in a sex scandal, a villain or a victim?
The move is the latest in a series of commitments to anti-Israel causes
Why play as a paladin or a warlock when you can be a matchmaker or a klezmer?
Meet the Yiddish word that perfectly captures our frightful moment
Mazel tov, ‘The Band’s Visit!’
The show’s depiction of visceral hatred and common humanity makes it truly great
A story of broken people and broken hearts that deserves a second look
Troubled times call for uproarious jokes
Renaming ourselves in order to live our lives is a part of our own holy re-creation
It’s not about Vladimir Putin anymore
The Women’s March leader delivered a racist rant on her recent visit to Israel. We deserve much better than that.