Recent protests in Iran join a long history of what today would be known as activism
While holiday and Shabbat specialties fill Jewish cookbooks, we often forget the pleasures of seemingly ordinary, everyday food—like egg noodles with cottage cheese
Early Soviet elites living—and dying—in thrall to a totalitarian ideal
All the news that’s fit to skim
America gathers all of its threats in one corner of West Palm Beach, serves hot dogs
Hispanic crypto-Jews use social media and DNA testing to reconnect with their heritage
How Elvis showed me the way to being Jewish and different but also American and the same
This pull-apart bread comes with a tasty tomato dip, too
A conversation with Rabbi Susan Silverman
For more than a decade, Greg Constantine has been documenting the plight of the Rohingya
Alfred Jarry’s character is the president’s true predecessor, right down to the bad words
I inherited more than Dad’s unexpected savings. I also inherited his way with money.
This week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ helps Jews swear in disputes of the kind they might encounter in small claims court. Plus: if an oath must be taken in the name of God, can the literal name be spoken? And is Abraham’s penis a sacred object?
Growing legal thickets are making it harder and harder to restore property to Jews
News of the News: And could Christopher Steele, the British spy who spent his life as a Cold Warrior, have become an unwitting Kremlin pawn?
Ep. 120: LGBTQ&A podcast host Jeffrey Masters and Anne Edelstein, author of Lifesaving for Beginners, plus Roy Moore’s ‘Jewish lawyer’
On her 126th birthday, measuring the influence of the incomparable ‘dance performance artist’ who inspired entertainers from German Expressionism through to 1980s punk