Joy Ladin’s new book, ‘Soul of the Stranger,’ explores her intimate connection with God
Rokhl’s Golden City: Montreal’s shape-shifting klezmer genius Socalled transmigrates into a new album—and gay porn
Garlicky and heavy on the cholesterol, salami and eggs—quick and simple to cook at home—became a weeknight staple for generations of American Jews
A new law allowing former felons to vote in Florida could tip the electoral balance, but only if it’s upheld in practice
Is American anti-Semitism really distinctive from that of other diaspora countries? Just how worried should we be?
They still have shared conference rooms, free Wi-Fi, and after-work parties. But they’ve also got kosher kitchens, sukkahs, and a commitment to Jewish values.
How a Russian Jewish lullaby turned into the anthem of the forgotten men and women of our country
An inquiry into the Yiddishisms related to ‘God Bless America,’ the patriotic classic written by a Russian-Jewish immigrant
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman resigned Wednesday after a deal was reached with Hamas, prompting speculation that early elections will be called
Jews continue to be the most targeted religious group in America
A mother’s carefully curated closet becomes the subject of a family memoir by Maira and Alex Kalman
A new study of old Jewish cemeteries in Europe finds the epitaphs whispering at us
Kurdistani Jews are caught between the Jewish state and the ethnonationalist ambitions of its Middle Eastern neighbors
A surprise visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Oman last month reveals the Jewish state’s shifting foreign policy
First in a series on the American left: Will left-wing anti-Zionists and anti-Semites in America succeed in hollowing out the traditional liberal left in the United States, as they have in Britain and France?
Episode 158: Iranian political refugee Shay Khatiri on raising $1.2 million for Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, and A.J. Jacobs on his new book about gratitude