How my husband and I ended up giving our kids old, uncommon, but very Jewish names that make people ask questions
Staying connected to my family meant coming to terms with more than one name
For better or worse, we must know. (And we found out.)
At the oncology ward of an Israeli hospital, a doctor has noticed a puzzling trend: patients are changing their names. Maimonides holds the key.
When my beloved baristas kept flubbing my Hebrew name, I went with another Jewish, easy-to-pronounce moniker
Some tried-and-true advice for Kate and William who await the birth of their second child
The NYC resident is on a mission to locate and meet every other Seth Cohen
A look at the history and roots of common Ashkenazi surnames
I’ve been teased about it my whole life, but my name is a part of me. Getting married won’t change that.
In the latest installment of Tablet Magazine’s illustrated question-and-answer column, we meet Malachi and watch as Mitzi meets an ignominious end
Get your own name, Jobs!
Lower East Side picklery to lose name, too
The newest American Girl shares her name with a fugitive.
When you’re called God, the pressure for genius is titanic
Jonathan Goldstein riffs on his Hebrew name, gifted students, space aliens, and other things he thinks you should know about him.
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