These popular cookies, filled with fruit and nuts, are surprisingly easy to make
An excerpt from Matti Friedman’s new book, ‘Spies of No Country: Secret Lives at the Birth of Israel’
What the late Yugoslav filmmaker Dušan Makavejev contributed to Greenwich Village’s life-affirming anti-authoritarian counterculture
A planned memorial for victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire just cleared a major hurdle in New York City government—now who’s going to pay for it?
A family of Soviet Jews prepares to leave for America in ‘Savage Feast,’ a new memoir with recipes
Judaism offers the same baroque supernatural possibilities that Christianity does. So why is it rarely a universal source for genre filmmakers? And what does it say about human evil?
Every year, hundreds of volunteers from around the world come to Israel to tend the Baha’i World Centre and its famous gardens
Ep. 173: Dating app ghostwriter Meredith Golden and married Jewish-Palestinian comedian couple Jess Salomon and Eman El-Husseini
How the radical rabbi’s ideas and disciples took over Israeli politics, and why it’s dangerous
For years, the terrorist organization duped the expert class into believing it was peacefully evolving. Now that many have wised up, new and more dangerous fictions emerge.
The enigmatic, influential benefactor of the arts comes home to the temple of modernism he once shunned
Immigration to the modern Jewish state has often been chaotic at best. But the insistence that nefarious motives guided its placement work with refugees is unsupported by archival evidence.