And what their French origins, and their waning and rising relevance to the power structures over the centuries, say about the new Washington
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump prepare their move to Washington, D.C.
The new anti-government handbook ‘The Fractured Republic’ confuses a fantasized past for a utopian future
Built in 1876, Adas Israel—the actual building itself—will be moved for a third time
The mikveh-peeping rabbi, who pleaded guilty to voyeurism in February, will be sentenced tomorrow. What will it be?
Today we celebrate the anniversary of the first-ever march on Washington, led by Frank Kameny
Netanyahu spoke effectively, if predictably. But what impact will he have?
Freundel faces up to 52 years in jail for filming Washington, D.C. mikvah
Comedian interviews Michelle Obama and Big Bird for Billy on the Street
Prosecutors reveal extent of the voyeurism charges against Barry Freundel
The story behind the ‘irreconcilable’ differences
Prominent D.C. synagogue drops disgraced leader following October arrest
Rabbi Gil Steinlauf made headlines for coming out as gay this week. He had already transformed the venerable congregation.
U.N. War Crimes Commission now available at the Washington, D.C. museum
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Government shutdown sends J Street’s lobbying day into disarray
Senate reportedly on lockdown; another suspect believed to be at large
The Jewish Primary Day School is now the place to be for the kids of Washington’s politically connected Jews
Washington’s restaurant scene may be booming, but D.C. still isn’t a capital place to find good kosher eats
Plus Jews in Spain!, Peres for Pollard, and more
The punk icon Ian MacKaye always wanted to create a tribe. Now an elder statesman of D.C. hardcore, the musician talks about organized religion, breaking toilets, and making peace with his mother’s death.
Top Chef Star starting a Kosher food truck
Jon Stewart’s ‘Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear’ was a wasted opportunity for liberals
A pillar of Washington, D.C., intellectual life
Franzen gets much right, but gets D.C. neocons wrong
Politics & Prose shops for new owners
Much to learn from NYT’s ’20-Somethings’
An exhibition examines Washington’s Jewish life during the Civil War
Batwoman for D.C. mayor, Norway compartmentalizes, and praying via Twitter
While friends remember slain guard and canceled play moves to GWU