As soon as the cameramen left, so did the rioters
Today on Jewcy: “This is better than a Bar Mitzvah,” said Patinkin.
If we want our cross-cultural excursions to mean anything, in the kitchen and beyond, we must acknowledge the existence of boundaries before we cross them. And calling a pudding ‘hummus’ is a boundary that shouldn’t be crossed.
Skewering the gubernatorial candidate for racially insensitive comments, Pulitzer Prize-winner Mark Konkol published an offensive cartoon drawing on negative stereotypes of African Americans
It’s time to release the documents regarding the previous president’s payment of the Islamic Republic’s claim
‘You never let me choose. Faith is such a personal issue, it’s so subjective, and yet you always presented it to me as the only option. You never showed me the existence of different kinds of Judaism; you just force-fed me yours. And when I decided to take a different path, you shut me out of your world.’
A new short follows a first timer as she prepares to take the stage, exploring the unique quirks of the Israeli drag scene
The perfect idiom for our time involves a practice now long gone
This time it was Tony Greenstein, who had a nasty habit of calling people “Zios.” But what’s next for the troubled party?
Brought to New York by the National Library of Israel, the show celebrates both romance and reason
Is it any wonder that the man who made a hero out of the murderous Guevara now idolizes yet one more advocate of violence?
Forced to leave a popular singing contest after her controversial tweets resurfaced, Mennel Ibstissem is dividing a nation still grappling with questions of terrorism, immigration, and identity
Misbehaved Yeshiva Students Are Expelled From Their Yeshiva for Acting as Extras in a TV Show About Misbehaved Yeshiva Students Expelled From Their Yeshiva
Life imitates art on ‘Shababnikim,’ Israeli TV’s runaway hit show
Radicals say the darndest things
When ancient laws and modern love meet, some difficult choices arise