No Prize

A new biography charts Joseph Pulitzer’s path from immigrant cub reporter to newspaper magnate and boss from hell

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 5, Part 2

The rabbi's rebirth seemed to awaken something in Bernie, too

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 5, Part 1

While Bernie starts learning the laws of kashrut, the rabbi develops a taste for treyf

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 4, Part 5

The Karps reckon with the absence in their freezer

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 4, Part 4

A foul-tasting meal leads to some meaty questions

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 4, Part 3

While taking a shortcut home, Jocheved encounters some trouble

Exodus ’56

A novel examines the parallel dislocations of Hungarian and Egyptian immigrants to Israel

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 4, Part 2

It’s not only Jocheved’s wares that draw notice—her looks do, too

On the Bookshelf

Beyond Maxwell House: A haggadah roundup

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 4, Part 1

Her business flourishing, Jocheved gets generous

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 3, Part 5

Jocheved sets up a snow-cone business

A New Leaf

Seventy years after the release of his first book, the bestselling ‘As a Driven Leaf,’ Rabbi Milton Steinberg (posthumously) offers a sophomore effort

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 3, Part 4

Wanted by the authorities, the twins head off to the Promised Land

Clockwork

The Sabbath is but one of the Jewish contributions to the science of keeping time

The Frozen Rabbi: Week 3, Part 3

As Salo daydreams, his sons whisper of revolution

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