The former foreign affairs correspondent for the Wall Street Journal was fired after the AP discovered the columnist was allegedly involved in commercial dealings with an Iranian-born arms dealer
Got assumptions about the Orthodox community in Israel? ‘King’ Zilbershlag is here to debunk them.
A new exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum depicts ‘migrants and millionaires aboard the great liners’ at the turn of the century
A Tablet reading list for Pride
Israeli cuisine is the all the rage in New York these days. But it’s missing one key ingredient: nationalism.
When I decided to physically transition from female to male, I didn’t consciously consider how my relationship to Judaism might change as a result
According to a Times of Israel report, Warmbier’s family and those working for his release chose not to disclose his Judaism so as not to ’embarrass’ North Korea
ImmerseNYC continues its mission to make ritual baths accessible, support-driven, and therapeutic
In the twilight of his career, Haim Gozali hopes to bring the ruckus to Madison Square Garden Saturday night for Bellator 180
Muhi—Generally Temporary tells the story of a Palestinian boy who travels to an Israeli hospital for a life-saving treatment, with his grandfather by his side
The Jewish Museum’s current show gives viewers a second chance to ‘see her light,’ and to see the socialite and troubled daughter behind the art
Episode 95: Jamie Kirchick on the end of Europe and Muslim comedian Negin Farsad on making jokes in the Trump era
Why Harvard commencement speaker Mark Zuckerberg is America’s Public Enemy No. 1
The Democratic donor is supporting the Taylor Force Act, a Republican-led effort to prevent American taxpayer money from incentivizing Palestinian terrorism
As the museum expands, so does its vision
Two young Americans were murdered by crazies. Why were their families forced to stay silent?
Nechi Nech, Hebrew’s greatest hip-hop star, releases new masterful album
The 6’10” forward from UCLA is projected to go in the first round of Thursday’s NBA Draft in Brooklyn
Rokhl’s Golden City: Bringing Yiddish children to life, while 1970s New York drops dead
My youthful admiration for religious teachers, and my desire to please and even emulate them, ultimately helped me connect with myself as a Jewish adult
Confusion, shame, hope, eviction, love, ping-pong, and good posters in the Hebron hills
Why is the anti-Semitic alt-right OK with Trump’s Jewish family? The answer explains part of the movement’s success.