In an era of declining marriage, American Jews show surprising resilience. Why?
A nonprofit organization is helping couples who want an Orthodox wedding without the authorization of the Chief Rabbinate
As a rabbi, I didn’t want Jewish rituals in my daughter’s interfaith wedding
It took a long time to meet my bashert. But at 67, I’m ready to stand under the chuppah.
Behind the scenes at every Syrian Jewish wedding in Brooklyn, one woman pulls the strings
After nine years together, we got married. But we could only accept tradition after we grappled with it.
The couple proves you don’t have to be Jewish to have a Jewish wedding