Michael Schulson is a freelance writer in Durham, North Carolina. He writes about religion, science, and culture.
For the first time since 1968, the Polish city has a Jewish day school.
The Comedy Cellar in Greenwich Village gets ready to host a debate on Israel, Iran, and nuclear accords.
Hydrox is coming back.
Games canceled as Israel considers whether teams can play on Shabbat.
Probably not. But let the analysis begin.
White House calls the invitation a breach of protocol
Cuba relations and domestic policy main points of State of the Union address
National Front leader pushes harder line against Islamic fundamentalism
Vermont’s independent senator, a socialist, prepares for 2016 run
New program offers subsidized trips to Israel for Jewish newlyweds
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