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The spirit of Aretha Franklin, whose songs would shoot through the astral plane—and beyond
In the third of four excerpts from Phyllis Chesler’s ‘A Politically Incorrect Feminist,’ fear of flying
After a Tablet article published last week, two Episcopal Bishops have apologized for spreading false claims about Israeli soldiers.
This French dessert will change the way you think about rhubarb
America gathers all of its threats in one corner of West Palm Beach, serves hot dogs
Our columnist offers three classic titles to take to the ocean in the summer of 2018
Finding Hebrew priestesses, healing, and deeper connections on a mikveh retreat.
The winner of last year’s ‘Yiddish American Idol’ brings ‘historic African-American-Jewish music’ to life on his new record.
Are symbolic threats involving bears a sign of bigger escalations to come between Ukraine and Russia?
Two young Americans set out on a bike ride across the world to prove that people were good. ISIS had other ideas.
A tour of the Lower East Side’s historic shuls brought me closer to my father
The spirit of Judaism is thriving by the ga-ga pit
Ep. 147: A Franciscan sister’s first Shabbat dinner; Unorthodox marriage counseling; and a Christian scholar among Jews
In his new book, Yoram Hazony sees the world through a Zionist lens, offering an intriguing way forward
Yaakov Amidror believes Israeli muscle has left the Jewish state with only ‘1 1/2’ security problems: Iran and Hezbollah. But that doesn’t mean the next conflict won’t be ‘a very, very nasty war.’
On the anniversary of the Bialystok Ghetto uprising, Haika Grossman remembers the fire of revolt that sealed the fate of the remnants of Polish Jewry