What is, ‘How can I book Trebek as a bar mitzvah singer?’
The ‘InfoWars’ host and Internet-fueled conspiracy theorist goes off about the ‘Jewish mafia,’ a good ol’ anti-Semitic classic
The Ukrainian government announced this week a new statue dedicated to a controversial nationalist. Elsewhere, scores of Lenin monuments are being torn down. But Soviet nostalgia remains ubiquitous.
New children’s books help parents broach a challenging subject
This week on Unorthodox, filmmaker Noam Osband plays the ukulele and ‘Wall Street Journal’ writer Sohrab Ahmari talks identity politics and art
Against the fear-mongering, McCarthyesque agenda of Canary Mission, a misguided organization that ‘documents the people and groups that are promoting hatred of the USA, Israel and Jews on college campuses in North America’
In ‘Carry This Book, the ‘Broad City’ star offers a fictional take on the items celebs and dignitaries don’t leave home without
Breitbart News’ newest Trump mouthpiece is reminding everyone that he was better on the pitcher’s mound
Tony Award-winning ‘Falsettos’ composer William Finn on bar mitzvahs, the AIDS crisis, and his very first show—in Hebrew
Esther Schor’s lively and tragic new history of Esperanto, Ludwik Leyzer Zamenhof’s universal, pacifist, bridge-building language of humanity, traces why the globalist dream died
When I took my mother back to the house where she grew up, we made an unexpected connection
Conservative anti-Trump contender Evan McMullin and running mate Mindy Finn may take Utah and do what Ralph Nader and Ross Perot could not
A laughable attempt by a Trump promoter to appropriate the Exodus for his campaign spawned a viral hashtag mocking the Republican candidate
The U.N. body was criticized for omitting Jewish ties to the Temple Mount. But what their resolution did affirm is far more troubling.
The screenwriter and unlikely Dylan relative talks about wanting to convert to Judaism, her favorite Jewish holiday, and why she hates social media
Not even Ewan McGregor can turn the author’s narcissism into a relatable work of art in his adaptation of ‘American Pastoral’
‘The word Jew made no appearance in the Atlantic announcement’ of Jeffrey Goldberg’s appointment, the self-styled ‘anti-Zionist’ website complained
Los Angeles outfielder Joc Pederson is ready to make his mark in Jewish baseball history as the Dodgers try to secure their first pennant since 1988
Want miniature figurines of Rose, Dorothy, Blanche, and Sophia? It’ll cost you.
A Jewish immigrant from Poland, Phil and his brother Leonard began Chess Records in Chicago, popularizing artists like Etta James, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Howlin’ Wolf, and Chuck Berry
Congregation Beth Elohim pointedly welcomed a new generation of ‘ushpizin’