The mark on this yeshiva boy’s arm is a symbol of how I ultimately held on to my religious background after I came out
How people treat us in public often depends on what we’re wearing on our heads, whether it’s my wig or his yarmulke
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Israeli website EatWith expands to the United States, offering foodies a chance to sample real local cuisine and local culture
It wasn’t a question of modesty, but intimacy: ‘I had to dial back my friendships with men, for the sake of my marriage’
When I was young, my father cared for me. Now he’s old and needs my help, but can I really provide it?
For 30 years, I turned up my nose at my dad’s favorite fish. Then I tried it, and finally understood its briny appeal.
On the Upper West Side, a place to grab a hamburger and a (pareve) shake while you watch the Yankees or the NBA finals
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Offering an Indian twist on the Great Flood, The Enduring Ark finds universal themes in a biblical tale that resonates today
The first graduating class at Yeshivat Maharat may not have the title, but they do have jobs at Orthodox synagogues
‘They learn to take responsibility, to be there for other people,’ says one organizer of the year-long Shin-Shin program
The Israeli army has always relied on its creativity. It could do with shedding even more prejudices, bad ideas, and pants.
Seventy years ago, Rabbi Aharon Kotler built an enduring community of yeshiva scholars by making peace with capitalism