In a public high school near Atlanta, the Jewish Culture Club is thriving—and not just because the meetings include pizza
Bridging the gap between biblical terseness and the needs of a functioning Jewish legal system
The great critic’s sparkling new tour of American literature illuminates the sublime life of books
And you can soon buy a copy for, like, $8000, if you’re lucky
A Holocaust survivor and Jewish outreach pioneer, Jungreis believed secularization was a form of assimilation
In a ‘top secret’ meeting at The Public Theater in New York, the legendary composer played ‘gorgeous’ music for a star-studded cast
‘New York Times’ columnist Charles M. Blow did not mince his words with Trump’s National Diversity Coalition director Bruce LeVell during a segment on CNN
Amnesty International’s report about the regime’s prison system, in which 17,723 people have reportedly died, is jaw-dropping. So why has the Syrian Civil War lost much of it political resonance?
Soros’s Open Society Foundations has reprimanded the organization, and the pieces were taken down by the outlet without a correction or apology
Tracing the suspicious-looking, and messy, ties between a Ukrainian oligarch, an elections-information firm, and the GOP candidate’s former campaign manager
How Jewish criticism of the rights group reflects our own moral confusion about the last 50 years of Israeli politics
What Californians Roger Simon and David Horowitz see in the GOP nominee—and how it reflects deeper veins of Jewish assimilation in America
Care about black—and gay and transgender and female—lives? Give them guns and train them well, just like the IDF does.
Reaping the withered crop from journalism’s long drought
Ayoob Kara advocates for a combination of Israeli military deterrence and economic fortitude to sway Arab neighbors
The harrowing new film ‘Anthropoid’ analyzes the cost-benefit equation of the only successful assassination of a Nazi leader in World War II
A new biography of Jacob Neusner examines his ‘complicated, colorful, and unappreciated intellectual life’
The Israeli singer, with his Middle East Groove All Stars, is worth catching in performance on a rare U.S. trip this week
The new Netflix hit is a serious meditation on doubt, belief, and the perils of growing up
In an excerpt from ‘Meant To Be,’ the founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and its Museum of Tolerance remembers growing up on the Lower East Side
This week on Unorthodox, 20-year-old twins David and Jack Cahn school us on Millennials, and Hare Krishna musician Gaura Vani teaches us a Kirtan chant
How an afghan helps me stay connected to the grandmother I lost more than a decade ago
How to make a raspberry-filled Polish dessert that’s journeyed across international borders
The game is a staple of Jewish summer camps. But where did it come from?
When Japanese immigrant Eddie Otsuka was released from an internment camp in 1945, nobody would hire him—except one rabbi who saw parallels in their personal plights
Times are changing. Are our sleepaway camps changing with them?
On a special episode of Unorthodox, Marjorie Ingall and Rav Danya Ruttenberg discuss their new books on Jewish parenting