A new group called Kugel brings together the ‘multicultural bubble’ of New York’s Jewish scene
Western societies can either accept moderate forms of ethnic majority politics or risk the current populist uprisings mutating into more extreme versions
Is the post-Soviet filmmaker behind a massive art-world happening an actual genius or an epic fraudster?
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
How Jewish immigrants learned how to be American citizens
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ Talmudic rabbis imagine a situation involving a weasel, a cow’s womb, a fetus, vomit, and a firstborn calf. Naturally.
The not-so-secret history of Christian Zionism and its legacy
Ibraheem Samirah once suggested Israel was worse than the KKK, now he’s running for office in Virginia
Sexual abstinence of married men roils the Hasidic sects of Gur, Slonim, and Toledot Aharon
Indignant solidarity for my fellow golf-club workers