Ep. 186: Theater legend Joel Grey on directing ‘Fiddler’ in Yiddish, and sportswriter Matthew Futterman on the revolution in running
A new documentary sheds light on how factory farming is poisoning us, and how an unlikely coalition of citizens is fighting back
Moderating YouTube won’t get rid of all the extremist content, just the stuff that doesn’t make money
Willy Foerster saved Jews fleeing the Nazis by employing them in his Tokyo factory but was framed as a collaborator after the war and has remained largely unknown
The most successful African-American utopian separatist project in history is located in a desert town in Israel
Lab-grown meat has the potential to address issues from climate change to animal welfare. But is it kosher?
Rokhl’s Golden City: Finding a home in Yiddishland while challenging the status quo
Boysie Dikobe, a South African-born dancer with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, prepares for his conversion—when he’s not performing in drag
55 years ago today, 16 American rabbis and one lay leader were arrested in a civil rights protest organized by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Adam Ehrlich Sachs’ ‘brilliant, weird, and profound’ new novel, ‘The Organs of Sense,’ imagines a visionary blind Jewish astronomer in the court of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II
A neofascist lives on in his Bavarian castle
Three self-portraits by Felix Nussbaum, at New York’s Neue Galerie