It’s tempting to draw parallels to American slavery, but the Bible paints a very different picture
A lesson from the past about choosing freedom over servitude
Memories of an incomplete Seder
Meet a few of the non-Jews who ‘buy’ chametz every Passover
What shards of unleavened bread can teach us about the nature of faith
Walnuts are popular in Jewish cooking around the world, and they’re perfect for Passover
‘Plant-forward’ Seders aren’t just for vegans anymore
A taste of the past, and a hope for the future. With horseradish on the side.
A Passover story, newly translated
Revolutionaries often read the Exodus story as a clarion call to sacrifice others. They should try a little patience and tenderness instead.
As we yearn for our own freedom in this time of quarantine and isolation, the prophet shows us how it’s done
And gives fresh life to old traumas
Jules Feiffer’s American Follies wishes you a healthy Pesach
What lessons can we learn from them today?
The coronavirus preys on the city’s tightknit Jewish communities, which also offer desperately needed support in a time of loss, grief, and ever-growing need
On Passover, celebrating our family’s arrival in Canada
Passover recipes from Michael Solomonov, Joan Nathan, Adeena Sussman, and more
I’m unable to join my parents, but I can make it a holiday my daughter will remember