55 years ago today, 16 American rabbis and one lay leader were arrested in a civil rights protest organized by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Judging a rich man’s sins, in a world that thrives on outrage, humiliation, and fake virtue
How the Caribbean became a stopping point for the American journey of so many Jews
A new law allowing former felons to vote in Florida could tip the electoral balance, but only if it’s upheld in practice
How Florida became home to Jewish snowbirds
The Internet star who rose to fame with a selfie had much darker stuff on his social media channels
A Passover trip to the Sunshine State brings back memories of Wolfie Cohen’s Rascal House
Episode 78: Miami Jewish Film Festival director Igor Shteyrenberg and Rocco’s Tacos restaurateur Rocco Mangel, recorded live in West Palm Beach
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, who died at the age of 97 last week, organized the first Passover Seder in Allied-occupied Germany. Then he spent a lifetime helping displaced persons find community in Miami.
A special Election Day episode featuring ‘Washington Post’ reporter Bob Woodward, ‘National Review’ editor Eliana Johnson, Tablet columnist Jamie Kirchick, and a Democrat in Boca
Already morally vile, the movement is now legally questionable as well
The mouthy liberal congressman announced today for Marco Rubio’s vacated seat. His primary battle will be a bellwether—in a critical swing state—of the strength of Democrats’ progressive and centrist wings.
For congregant-made prayer shawl measuring 1471.74 square feet
Saul Dreier, 89, and Ruby Sosnowicz, 85, delight audiences across the country