Kelsey Liebenson-Morse is a writer and teacher living in New York.
A wide-ranging interview covers his Hasidic father’s secret room full of books about other religions, why Judaism needs community, faith, happiness, and other vital matters
Mom and daughter, both vegetarians, try to cook a brisket for the holidays—hilarity and spiritual connections ensue
If I am, by nature, a modest dresser, what’s my issue with dressing for my job at yeshiva? Why does it feel so restrictive?
When a friend questioned my journey, I started thinking about just what the process of becoming Jewish means
Today on Jewcy: Dov Zeller presents, ‘The Right Thing To Do At The Time’
What’s parah adumah? And how to correctly pronounce mincha? I had no idea before I took on a job as a teacher.
Ours was never the traditional Jewish family. When my father passed away, a strange new question arose: How does one mourn?
Today on Jewcy: One actor imagines— what if Anne Frank was your grandmother?
A holiday about renewal is a good fit for someone taking an introduction to Judaism class
Today on Jewcy: A secular artist directs a Hasidic, Yiddish film.
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day: Remembering and serving the 43,000 survivors living in the New York area
Today on Jewcy: A Jewish performer’s one-woman show explores sexuality, polyamory, and more.
Today on Jewcy: A very Goop-y mazel tov!