The wall will go up, separating ourselves from our own past
What a family heirloom taught me about my ancestors, and the mysterious parts of my Jewish history
In Jerusalem, I developed an unlikely friendship with a taxi driver. I owe him much more than what’s on the meter.
Comments from our readers on Betsy DeVos and the Talmud, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the Trump White House
Reaping the withered crop from journalism’s long drought
Science and humanism—and Jews and Christians—collide in early modern Europe
My grandfather lost all his relatives in the Holocaust—and then hid those memories for the rest of his life
Tokayer and his wife were sent to Japan by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1967: ‘We went for two years and forgot to come home.’
At a special, six-course dinner at the Hungarian Consulate, Yossi Elad married the flavors of Jerusalem with the foods of his youth
The Israeli artist on his creative process, the importance of conflict in art, and why he’ll never eat gefilte fish and lox
At Carnegie Hall, a touching symphony reminded me of my late father, Gustav Mahler, and the Jewish principle, ‘ahavat ha’ger’—love of the stranger
Herb Foster no longer works as an educator. So he teaches the Martha’s Vineyard elderly how to have better sex lives.
On the Super Bowl-winning owner of the New England Patriots, dining companion of the president, and ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’
Six Years of Syrian Civil War: A French citizen who disappeared into the wreckage of Assad’s state now sends operatives home to fight a brutal war with the West
Tired of ominous news updates and social media outrage? Here are classic Jewish texts to help revive the spirit and soothe the soul
From Tablet’s print magazine: the late 1960s and all their Jewish rebelliousness, in an ‘energetic’ new fiction full of alternate realities
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.