A three-part story of love, loss, and all the music in between. Part I: At 54, after 30 years of marriage and two of loneliness, I went online to find a man and found Dean.
Why the key to the great civilizational clash of our time is understanding faithful people of all religions who must dominate non-believers to uphold their own truth
‘Daf Yomi’ zig-zags from impure wine to the Talmud’s apocryphal reasoning for the destruction of the Temple
In addition to its two Lower East Side locations, the legendary New York appetizing shop will soon open a kosher café and a 14,000-sq.-foot manufacturing and retail location in Brooklyn’s Navy Yard
The presidential hopeful and loudmouth provocateur is reviving a long-lost, much-needed Jewish tradition
Tracing the Jewish roots of the presidential hopeful, from Burlington to the kibbutz and back
Reuven Rivlin’s visit to Washington last month may say more about the Jewish state’s political infighting than its foreign policy
Bernie Sanders made history with a huge win over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary. How have other Jewish politicians stacked up in their bids for the White House?
The Combating BDS Act of 2016 will support states’ right to cut ties with companies boycotting or divesting from Israel. It is slated to be introduced on Wednesday.
The change comes as part of a larger settlement between the Sullivan Country Board of Election and a group of Hasidic residents of Bloomingburg, who had alleged discrimination and voter disenfranchisement
Now is your chance to see ‘Israel Story’ live, during a special set of shows centered around Valentine’s Day
A recent visit from an old friend left us both wondering about the choices we made about family and career
Dispatch from the majority-Muslim Southeast Asian nation, where scapegoats have been in high demand lately
Just as reporter Jason Rezaian was freed from two years in captivity, the paper of record was selling luxury tours to Tehran. Why?
The Israeli choreographer behind the acclaimed new Broadway revival updates the peasant vibe of an American classic
The writer’s new collection of personal essays and newspaper columns will make you laugh until you cry
A tribute to the great Zucker-Abrahams comedies of the 1980s and 1990s, it is easily among the most Jewish things on TV