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An organization called Diarna has created an online ‘geo-museum’ where visitors can explore historical Jewish sites in the Middle East and North Africa that no longer exist
Though he died 100 years ago, Sholem Aleichem’s creations live on in many ways
As the new editor of the 119-year-old Yiddish newspaper, Rukhl Schaechter looks to connect with a broader readership
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use Hebrew to celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel tells us how the word ‘sho’a’ is being used in a number of contexts
The messy, ideological battle over the beginnings of the Yiddish language continues in the academe
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use Hebrew to express what’s kosher, dodgy, and fit
Tel Aviv’s Beit Hatfutsot-Museum of the Jewish People has launched an ambitious crowdfunding campaign to bring its Jewish music collection into the digital age
The American University professor’s research on a morally-compromised collector of Judaica picked up the prestigious award this week
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use Hebrew to vote with your finger
But will Uganda’s Abayudaya Jews, most of whom converted before 2009, be able to immigrate to Israel under the Law of Return?
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use Hebrew to get properly caffeinated
The film ‘It Happened in Havana’ tells the story of a Jewish couple’s courtship in Cuba during the start of World War II
It’s time to break out the fiddles and accordians, and lace up your dancing shoes
The museums in Germany and Switzerland intend to display portions of the collection—1,500 works worth an estimated $1 billion—to find clues about their unknown provenance
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use Hebrew to properly talk about happiness with death-related terms
Go ahead, eat a Thin Mint after you’ve finished that helzel
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use your Hebrew to talk about being bummed out, annoyed, and pissed off
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