Can Jews really reclaim dirndls and lederhosen, once closely associated with Nazis?
The deeply absurdist, darkly hilarious drama, poetry, and fiction of a woman who wants to shake us out of our routines
This week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ Talmud study suggests contemporary secular Jews have a lot to atone for
Here’s what the media and pollsters fail to get about Bibi’s enduring appeal
The power of the powerless in Israel’s fractured political landscape
Why Netanyahu’s case for his reelection fails on its own terms
Ep. 195: Israeli writer Etgar Keret and Presbyterian Pastor Henry G. Brinton
The High Holidays fall in the shadow of the first anniversary of the Tree of Life shooting. Here are four things you can do to make America more just in 5780.
How the drive to censor everything and everyone is bringing about a new renaissance
A conversation with the Israeli leader on the cusp of an election that he hopes will restore his center-left political coalition to power and once again put him in charge of Israel’s future
Slip sliding away, in an excerpt from the Booker Prize winner’s latest comic novel
It’s time to talk openly about the comforts and toxicities of vast wealth and power