Ep. 170: Getting ready for the Academy Awards with shoe designer Stuart Weitzman, actor Kurt Fuller, and film critic Jordan Hoffman
From the Pilgrim founders to Donald Trump, ‘a belief in the exceptional role of an American nation’
The protagonist of ‘Synonyms’ refuses to speak Hebrew. Is that why director Nadav Lapid snagged the Jewish state’s first top prize in nearly 70 years of the Berlin Film Festival?
The Christian Identity movement, white supremacy, and the future of homegrown anti-Jewish terror
A nonprofit organization is helping couples who want an Orthodox wedding without the authorization of the Chief Rabbinate
What a Japanese cultural ambassador and self-help guru learned from the retirees of West Palm Beach
Parshat Ki Tisa: What’s so bad about idol worship?
A new group called Kugel brings together the ‘multicultural bubble’ of New York’s Jewish scene
American foreign policy is unmoored from American reality
Western societies can either accept moderate forms of ethnic majority politics or risk the current populist uprisings mutating into more extreme versions
The not-so-secret history of Christian Zionism and its legacy
Eighty years ago tonight, thousands of Americans gathered in New York to rally behind the Nazi Party and its ideals. An Oscar-nominated short documentary retrieves footage of the event, but leaves out the context that gives it meaning.