The recently opened exhibition ‘Venice, the Jews and Europe 1516-2016,’ is part of dozens of events to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the city’s Jewish Ghetto
As intra-party support for Trump dwindles, the cash-strapped presidential hopeful looks to one of Israel’s greatest proponents for financial support
An academic lecture by Jewish historian Philippe Pierret at the Free University of Brussels was called off for security reasons
Mirren, in Israel to present Yitzhak Perlman with a lifetime achievement award, made clear her feelings about the BDS movement
Rabbi Tully Harcsztark, principal of Bronx-based SAR Academy, acknowledged the grief of the LGBT community in a speech that went viral on Facebook
After nearly 500 episodes dedicated to capturing Jewish life around the world, we say farewell
New books with LGBT characters to enjoy during Pride month, and beyond
In the wake of Orlando, some tips for standing up for the LGBT community
After 11 years and 500 episodes, Vox Tablet signs off for good
In this week’s Torah portion, sage words of advice for the Trump-stricken GOP and sit-in Democrats alike
In the wake of the Orlando shooting, a rabbi remembers her former intern, a transgender woman who took her own life in March
The Maccabi Rishon LeZion star has been invited to join the Washington Wizards Summer League team. Can he defy odds and make the pros?
The libel is only the latest anti-Semitic myth given voice by the Palestinian president, whose doctoral dissertation infamously denies the Holocaust
Think you know all about the math professor who fathered two dozen kids? You don’t know Nagel.
Rabbi Yosef Hadane was controversially denied an extension of his tenure by Israel’s Religious Services Ministry. Now, facing pressure, the organization is seeking to extend his contract.
Based in the cellar of an ancient synagogue that’s now a bed and breakfast, the recently opened Palazzo Taurino museum even has an old mikveh
This week on Unorthodox, sports writer Matthew Futterman and Latin enthusiast Ann Patty
An interview with Israeli television lands French citizen, novelist, and essayist Amin Maalouf in a bizarre and ignorant thought-crime hell
After years of suffering, the Cavs—and the city of Cleveland—can celebrate. What did it take to earn their salvation?
Since 2006, anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. have decreased by nearly 40 percent. Yet they are on the rise again
The star of Woody Allen’s upcoming ‘Café Society’ spoke with Vox about assimilation and his family’s dry goods store in southeast Poland at the turn of the century
Next up? The Olympics in Rio.