Sophie Aroesty is an editorial intern at Tablet.
Having started out in St. Louis, Student to Student sends Jewish high schoolers to speak about their faith and their lives to their non-Jewish peers
If you’ve paid attention at Sunday school, Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ will feel mightily familiar, but still completely crazy
Why a 1987 film about 1963 still resonates in 2017
Returning to her beloved summer camp, one young adult ponders change, time, and the traditions that matter
For great knishes, bialys, and babkas, just head on up the coast
With ten percent of its earnings going to tzedakah, the new Russian start-up advertises itself as the first kosher currency of the digital age
The Giro d’Italia, one of the world’s three most important races, will kick off in Israel’s capital next year, but the security costs are sky-high
How to avoid using power that comes from stations that work on Shabbat? Invent a new kind of strictly kosher grid, some haredi lawmakers say.
All the rapper wants is to meet a nice Jewish girl. Anyone out there?
The Spanish Royal Academy will fund a new organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the ancient dialect. Muy Byen.
For better or worse, reality TV is where much of the conversation about Jewish identity takes place these days
DNA studies suggest that the ancient biblical people, long thought extinct, might have settled in Sidon
The streaming service now speaks Hebrew, charges in shekels, and produces great Israeli content
Imagine that family seder
Judaism, jam bands, and trendy fitness all come together for one sweaty, transcendent hour
On the gridiron or the movie set, the Chosen Ones love some traditional ink
Documentary airing tonight on PBS tells the incredible story of three Italian brothers who return to Italy to look for the cave where they hid during the war
At a poetry festival at the 92nd Street Y, where Lazarus herself once taught English to Russian-Jewish women
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