Imagine if the Red Hot Chili Peppers grew up not in Los Angeles but in Tel Aviv and you have a sense of Elai Botner
The Iroquois Nationals, delayed in Canada for flying with Haudenosaunee Confederacy passports, land and nearly deliver an upset victory over Team USA, as Israel beats Jamaica on home turf
The ‘Hotel Transylvania’ Franchise May Be Our Greatest Epic Poem of Contemporary American Jewish Life
With No. 3 hitting theaters today, an appreciation of the family of dark-haired perennial outsiders, led by Mel Brooks and Adam Sandler
Wrapped in a large Israeli flag, Liel Levitan took the stage in Krakow and accepted a medal almost as big as her head
‘Business Insider’ Columnist Resigns After Publication Pulls Her Piece for Being ‘Culturally Insensitive’
Beware the wrath of the Twitter mob
Ask Unorthodox: I’m a Catholic-Raised Atheist Who Feels Deeply Jewish. Should I convert? Would I Be Accepted?
After years spent pining for some yiddishkeit, one woman contemplates a big decision
Get ready to binge on ‘Pillow Talk’
What Progressives Should Learn From the Left-Wing Anti-Semite Challenging California’s State Assembly Speaker
Maria Estrada promotes Louis Farrakhan and attacked a Jewish politician over his religion. She also claims she’s just ‘anti-Zionist.’
Steve Ditko, a loner and a genius, died last month at 90. His spirit played a big part in guiding me back to religion.
And recommends that the e-commerce giant listen instead to the discredited Southern Poverty Law Center
A new exhibit celebrates two of the art of illusion’s greatest practitioners
As Literary Award Changes Its Name to Escape Allegations of Racism, Instances of Anti-Semitism Go Unnoticed
Last year’s recipient of the honor formerly known as the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award was feted for a book accusing the Jews of murdering Jesus for money
On Twitter, a Case of Mistaken Identity Hurls an Israeli Reporter Into American Political Controversy
It’s Levin, not Lavin…
Teaching Katrina Lenk and Tony Shalhoub to go Gaga
The Diva of Broadway sings her heart out as the Queen of Mean
What happens to someone who dies before they can repent? Several rabbis take on the case of the recently murdered rapper.
New rules permit comparing Israelis to Nazis, accusing Jews of dual loyalty, and arguing that the Jewish state is inherently racist