Abandoned by her family, the elderly woman found friendship and comfort in the family next door
I may have saved Elvie’s life, but, really, she saved mine as well
Today on Jewcy: In Jaffa, happy hour for the menstruating.
Dean Issacharoff claimed he brutally beat a bound man, but even the alleged victim denied the charge
Zioness is asking for an apology
Full of unlikable characters each representing a different half-baked perspective, ‘Diaspora’ is offensive to everyone and no one
Drive around a lot but consider iPhones unholy? There’s an app for that, and it comes in a beautiful wooden box.
The Prince of Darkness returns to Tel Aviv, declaring his love and bashing BDS
Today on Jewcy: ‘Birthright’ and ‘Sabbath Rest 2.0’
Rock n’ roll in Skokie, Iraqi treasures in Baltimore, sports fans in Munich
TV writer Sascha Rothchild on Glow, Passover at the Savages, and anti-Semitism on Twitter
After decades of striving for reconciliation with the Palestinians, legislators on both sides of the aisle consider other options
Yesterday, the company issued new guidelines and took steps against Richard Spencer and other bigots. The Nation of Islam leader, who repeatedly calls Jews “Satanic,” should be next.
Today on Jewcy: When can you officially break out the latkes and dreidels?
Avera Mengistu has been held by the terrorist group for over three years
Designers, stylists, and bloggers meet to talk style and spirituality
Just when you thought you couldn’t love her more…
How a Hanukkah-themed children’s book became the target of conspiracy theorists online
The real estate mogul on remembering the Holocaust, giving back to the community, and having great hair
Today on Jewcy: Why Seth Cohen is still the iconic Jewish heartthrob.
Nasreen Khan is still under consideration for a council seat
Will halt American aid to the Palestinian Authority until it suspends its pay-for-slay policies
So sorry about that
No end of wonder
There ought never to be a debate between those who fan the flames of hatred and those who suffer its consequences
Today on Jewcy: Now, more than ever, is the time to revive the musical about Leo Frank.
A late-comer to social media, Erez Kaganovitz became a Facebook sensation for training his lens on the people of his city
Nihad Awad’s previous employer had strong ties to Hamas and published anti-Semitic screeds; Awad denies ties with incendiary document
Screenshop is like Shazam for fashion, and has had more than a million users join after the reality star began promoting it
Museum of the City of New York to host an event focused on faith in the five boroughs