Israeli and Middle Eastern restaurants change what’s on the menu in London
Rokhl’s Golden City: London’s Yiddish literary delights
Suspended productions of ‘Leopoldstadt’ and ‘The Visit’ try to update the traumas that broke families in World War II
Remembering Amy Winehouse’s musical brilliance, humor, caring, self-loathing, and pain on her ninth yahrzeit
Flesh, set free by a ‘despicable genius,’ or ensnared in the male gaze?
Was Frida Kahlo Jewish, and does it matter? A blockbuster show at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum brings the Mexican artist’s contradictions to life.
This area was once the center of London’s Jewish community, boasting almost 200 synagogues. Just four remain today. But don’t count them out quite yet.
New policies at the St. Pancras coroner’s office make it much more difficult to follow traditional Jewish burial laws
The future Duchess of Something may be planning to dress Yiddish and think British. Don’t tell her it’s actually the other way around.
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‘The Vanishing Princess’ experiments with the elliptical style and subjects that would later become the writer’s trademark
On ugliness and nobility in terror
My mother’s terrifying fear of losing me started with her fear of being lost herself
After a series of anti-Semitic incidents, Sadiq Khan continues to vow to fight anti-Jewish crimes in London
‘Any attack on Jewish people…should be considered an attack on all of London’s communities and everything we stand for’
A new program in London brings old and young together—one incy, wincy spider at a time
Dispatch from the London campus where BDS activists rattle loudly enough to be heard by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu—but how’s the campaign going?
It’s an accomplished retelling of an American classic, but Vesna Goldsworthy’s new novel ‘Gorsky’ is missing one key character