I want to observe Judaism’s holiest day, but also protest against the terror I’ve been feeling since Trump’s election. Thankfully, there’s a compromise.
A Far-Right Party Just Became the Third-Largest Force in the German Bundestag. Here’s What It Means.
German politics just went from being reassuringly boring to ominously contentious
Daniel Biss bids adieu to Carlos Ramirez-Rosa after the latter changes his mind on singling out the Jewish State for criticism
Nikki Haley is right to insist the UN group in Lebanon undergo some big changes
Sometimes I can almost imagine God looking down at that moment and saying, ‘Don’t worry. You had me the first time you called me Dad.’
Iraqi Kurdistan is one of the very rare areas of the Middle East where Jews and Judaism are viewed positively.
My daughters may raise piglets, but they’re living a Jewish life
The New York Historical Society sheds new light on the work of one of the most notable—and neglected—American artists of the 20th Century
Forget Waldman and Chabon and try Castel-Bloom, Feuerman, and Gavron instead
In start-up nation, the standards just keep getting higher
A short story, in numbers
Ian’s decision to convert reminded me of how meaningful Judaism truly is to me
At shul, some are wondering: Haven’t we heard that melody before?
Forget that long slog in the oven: Your brisket needs an Instant Pot
If you’ve paid attention at Sunday school, Darren Aronofsky’s ‘mother!’ will feel mightily familiar, but still completely crazy
The director and screenwriter on playing in the sandbox with Anne Frank, converting Elizabeth Taylor, and being the non-Jewish heir to the legacy of one of the most important rabbis in modern history
The Internet star who rose to fame with a selfie had much darker stuff on his social media channels
Kobi Halperin got his start doodling while studying Talmud
A contemplative look at old ghosts and new beginnings from Prague to Brazil