At Chicago’s Masa Madre bakery, the owners blend their backgrounds to create new recipes, from their popular cinnamon churro babka to their dulce de leche-filled sufganiyot for Hanukkah
After a lifetime dedicated to expanding literacy, Daniel Goldin now wants to build public spaces for Mexicans of different backgrounds to read, rest, and play
Craving unbridled freedom after finishing their military service, some Israelis are joining horse caravans through the wilderness of South America
The Mexican beach town is the unexpected home to one of the world’s finest post-WWII Polish poster collections, curated by a Jewish expat from Brooklyn
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The mystery of the author of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre remains unresolved
Why did the Mexican revolutionary invade the U.S. in 1916? To find a Jewish merchant.
As a community of North American expats has expanded in Mexico, dozens of local converts have joined their ranks
How the fight for the next communications ecosystem could make a world dependent on Chinese technology, Chinese software, Chinese e-commerce, Chinese venture capital, and the Chinese market
The paper legacies of separate immigrant communities return under one roof after earthquake-induced exile
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.
What does Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s rise to the presidency mean for global liberal democracies?
How my great-grandmother, a Polish immigrant to Mexico, became a champion of artists like Mathias Goeritz, Sebastián, and José Luis Cuevas
Think you know gefilte fish? Try it a la Veracruzana.
Monica Unikel has been leading tours for 23 years. But she’s also helped to create a cultural center inside one of the oldest synagogues in the Mexican capital.
Tablet en Español: Mónica Unikel ha guiado tours por 23 años. Pero además ayudó a crear un centro cultural dentro de una de las más antiguas sinagogas en la capital mexicana.
At 82, the Mexican artist isn’t done collecting junk in his irrational house
The wall will go up, separating ourselves from our own past
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