Tablet Original Fiction: I don’t even know if I am a boy or a girl
Rokhl’s Golden City: Happy Khanike!
Four scholars ask: Are the high birth rates and high tuitions sustainable?
Frances Edelstein survived the Holocaust and opened one of New York’s most beloved eateries. She died this week at 92.
Nineteen years after Hanoch Levin’s early death from bone cancer, the great Israeli playwright’s bleak, searing poetry is finally translated into English
Rokhl’s Golden City: On campus in Massachusetts with the summer interns, singing folk-song adaptations of ‘Shnirele Perele’
Rokhl’s Golden City: A terrific new translation of Moyshe Nadir’s uproariously acidic take on Depression-era Jewish-American life
Rokhl’s Golden City: The turn-of-the-century proto-feminist melodrama ‘One of Those,’ and the allure of Holocaust-studies failure
Rokhl’s Golden City: Secular Seders, camp epiphanies, and Yom HaShoah
Rokhl’s Golden City: yolks with blood spots, jokes with Hebrew subtitles, and ‘The Labor of Life’
Rokhl’s Golden City: ‘Canada First’ ideology in non-sappy immigrant-tale theater, an invisible feminist in Toronto, an Easter Egg revealed in ‘Futurama,’ and other dispatches from the orbiting Yiddish cosmos
Rokhl’s Golden City: Eritrean detainees read Isaac Bashevis Singer, and the mother tongue meets the mother-land
Rokhl’s Golden City: Traveling in the land of living ghosts
Rokhl’s Golden City: Why reports of the death of Yiddish theater are greatly exaggerated
Golden City: Support #derkegnshtel and don’t be a seks farbrekher
Rokhl’s Golden City: Yiddish vampires, Jewish Magic, Frankenstein, and ‘all those other impotent gods’
What the 120-year-old political and cultural movement meant to a young Jewish feminist in St. Louis
Rokhl’s Golden City: New Yiddish Rep’s version of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros, and a trombonist extraordinaire at KlezKanada
Twenty-six years to the day after the death of the great Yiddish-American Nobel Prize winner, the clarity of his moral voice rings ever more true
Repeatedly asked to uphold value systems they no longer share, Diaspora Jewry may soon hit unsubscribe