Today on Jewcy: Elephants! Alexander! Assassinations!
Is it okay to use the word “Jew”?
Just the holiday-themed adorableness you need right now
Gere, Gadot, and gesheftn in Yiddish top the list
Today on Jewcy: Judith and the Original #Resistance Story
Abbas, whose doctorate denied the Holocaust and who accused rabbis of poisoning Palestinian water, is no stranger to anti-Semitic remarks
Physics for babies, settler horses, and other terrible ideas, poorly executed
Someone just used artificial intelligence to make a fake adult video starring Gadot, and the implications are terrifying
The Broadway legend on hating Long Island, singing at shul, and just who goes to the theater these days
The feminist lawmaker, a late-comer to politics, helped turn her city into one of America’s most exciting
Today on Jewcy: An original poem for Chanukah
Just not in the way you think
Urban planning may be exciting, but the latest musical tribute to New York’s master builder is a turgid dud
“The US does not—and will not—recognize a difference between the political and military arms of Hamas,” the UN ambassador writes
Ah, to be young and in love!
Today on Jewcy: Looking back on ‘Full Court Miracle.’
The Jewish Book Council’s annual magazine is a smart and gorgeous treat
Holocaust denier Tahra Ahmed says the disaster was a for-profit conspiracy, just like 9/11
Will Nissim represent the Jewish State in the Eurovision contest?
With some help from friendly porcupines
Today on Jewcy: Don we now our chag apparel… oops.
Gadgets are cool, but your privacy’s cooler
Events over the weekend should spark a long-overdue, honest conversation about the real sources of European anti-Semitism
Want to know what the BDS crowd is really into? Just listen to what they were saying this weekend in Manhattan.
A Jerusalem eatery uses innovations like lamb bacon and vegan cheese to serve up kosher and delicious versions of sinful delights
Today on Jewcy: Sabbath holiness, godlessness, and sex
Hannukah mayhem in Austin, the Coen brothers in New York, screens in San Francisco
My favorite parfumier tried to capture the holiday’s scents. Sufganiot and dreidels and gelt all made the cut, but it’s the family-drama-inspired perfume that most intrigued me.
Clifford Odets’ masterpiece gets a spirited revival in the mamaloshen