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
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.’
For his poignant and intrepid rebuke of the American media’s obsession with a false narrative
Meme Wars: What Lorin Stein’s resignation from The Paris Review over sexual misconduct reveals about the true index of male power
And are we prepared for postmodern activism and the new realities of the Jewish people?
To really stand with Israel, the president will need to reverse the course of his predecessor and stop Iran’s march to regional hegemony. Mere proclamations mean nothing.
And how many of them are there, anyway?
Because it bears repeating: Anti-Semitism forms the theoretical core of white nationalism
Golden City: Support #derkegnshtel and don’t be a seks farbrekher
Bookworm: Jacob M. Appel’s life-affirming elderly suicide novel ‘Millard Salter’s Last Day’ is a highwire act balancing tragedy and comedy
The painter learns to ‘live Dada’
Jewishness as a metaphor for homosexual desire, in a successful new adaptation to film of the 2007 novel ‘Call Me By Your Name’
Before his death, a visit to his studio in Woodstock, New York, where the Czech emigrant and underappreciated artist of the Holocaust found peace
Episode 113: Footsteps Executive Director Lani Santo and ‘Why Bob Dylan Matters’ author Richard F. Thomas
The reasoning behind the Talmud’s categories and sub-categories isn’t always apparent. In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ the Talmud wonders about its own organization.
Go beyond latkes to a whole world of fritters for the holiday
Ep. 115: Mark Bittman’s new cookbook and ‘By the Book’ podcast host Kristen Meinzer on embracing self-help books
Let the last-minute Hanukkah shopping commence!
These aren’t your grandmother’s potato pancakes
How I learned to make ‘foul medemes,’ a fava bean-based dish he ate growing up in Cairo