Flesh, set free by a ‘despicable genius,’ or ensnared in the male gaze?
Women are leading the way as small businesses bring traditional recipes to the commercial marketplace
What will the opening of sealed Vatican archives reveal about the fate of Jewish children hidden by Catholic communities during the war?
A new bill in Quebec prohibiting some public displays of religious symbols would bar observant Jews from serving in courts and classrooms
How a tiny enclave of Mountain Jews in Azerbaijan produced some of the former Soviet world’s richest men
In ancient times, a genetic mutation helped ensure Jewish survival. Today, it might be making you sick.
It saves money. You can play with different flavors. And it’s easier than you think.
The Broadway musical is a lot more Jewish than the movie
After the student government at the elite Williams College denied formal recognition to a pro-Israel group, the school’s president intervened
With his new book, Howard Stern proves that his rightful place is among the prophets and moral visionaries, not the ‘shock jocks’
And why the defeat of Sudan’s Islamist military dictatorship may be the real beginning of a possible spring for the region’s people
Fifty works in the collection of a former German arms dealer—including a renowned portrait of a Sephardic aristocrat—show how France fails to fully grapple with its collaboration in the Nazi art market for plundered works