His ridiculous German accent aside, Marlon Brando delivers an unforgettable performance as a WWII spy

With a fastball that touches 97 MPH and stellar minor league numbers this year, Kremer is projected to make the majors

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The Iroquois Nationals Lose to Canada, But Show Huge Heart in Lacrosse Championship

As the tournament celebrates all that indigenous people have given and are still giving to the world

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A Visit to NYC’s Only Remaining Siphon-Bottle Seltzer Factory

Brooklyn Seltzer Boys is the last of a dying breed

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The Most Important Holocaust Story Never Told

A new film tells the tale of Emanuel Ringelblum’s ‘Oyneg Shabes’ Archive, a trove of hidden materials that documented life in the Warsaw Ghetto

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Roman Holiday

How Jews observe Tisha B’Av in Rome, where the Arch of Titus commemorates the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem

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Lamentation for a Swimming Pool

This Tisha B’Av, I’ll be mourning for a different site of spiritual importance in Jerusalem

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A Polish Children’s Classic Comes Back Into Print—With Enduring Style

After the illustrators escaped the Nazis, Lewitt-Him brought their Eastern European sensibility to London, where they designed everything from propaganda posters to stamps

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The Real Problem With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Forget her Israel gaffes and focus on her disinterest in observable reality, a troubling feature of her entitled generation

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Jacques Attali, Nomads, and French Anti-Semitism

How the Jewish neoliberal éminence grise of Emmanuel Macron’s government became both Marine Le Pen’s perfect enemy and her accidental inspiration

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Comrades, Run!

How a grueling 56-mile ultramarathon in South Africa became a stage for racial reconciliation—and national belonging for immigrant Jews

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Hemingway’s Schlemiel

The great author, who would have turned 119 this weekend, used and abused his Jewish friend Harold Loeb. Why did Loeb take it?

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Einstein, Toni, and Me

How I came to know one of the scientist’s love interests from the early days of the Weimar Republic

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Richard Siegel and ‘The Jewish Catalog’

The lead author of the field guide to late 1960s and ’70s countercultural Judaism died last week