Investigation reveals the hardest working post-Soviet comic has clear ties to Russia and direct connection to a president. America, what a country.
How the technique of chancing upon a passage in a Torah scroll or printed Pentateuch came to be a staple of fortune tellers
The real monster in Jordan Peele’s brilliant horror film is the toxic strain of liberalism that makes blacks—and Jews—invisible
A memoir of two currents of Modern Orthodox feminism in Blu Greenberg and Tamar Ross, with degrees of activism and tolerance at the heart of the difference
New Israeli Dance, from Yasmeen Godder’s CLIMAX to Elad Schechter’s Bar-hopping Exploration of Bodies
Rewriting the rules on what a dance performance can be
Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s suspenseful new ‘Waking Lions’ turns the fateful collision of an Israeli doctor and an African immigrant into an indictment of surging nationalism
Tired of ominous news updates and social media outrage? Here are classic Jewish texts to help revive the spirit and soothe the soul
Darkness! Angst! Paranoia! In the terrified films of the 1940s and ’50s, written and directed by Jewish refugees, hidden dangers lurk where hell is no longer a fantasy, where what’s false is true, and what’s wrong is even wronger.