1. Grazing the Object: In the Studio with Rachel Klinghoffer
  2. Afterthoughts: Making Memory Matter after the Ferguson Weekend of Resistance & Sukkot
  3. The Slingshot Guide Turns 10: Questions for Will Schneider

Birthright for Newlyweds?

Birthright for Newlyweds?

By Judy Maltz

Inspired by Taglit-Birthright’s free trips to Israel for college students, a brand new program will bring Jewish newlyweds from North America on heavily subsidized honeymoons to the Holy Land.


A Plague: A contemporary engraving of a hospital for plague victims during an outbreak in Vienna 1679.

Our Lessons for Ebola

By Joshua Teplitsky

The sharp debates surrounding Ebola are not new. Joshua Teplitsky explains the lesson that a 400-year-old episode in Jewish history holds for today’s crisis.


Luscious and Light Kugel

Luscious and Light Kugel

By Felicia Black

How to prepare a wholesome dairy dish of Jewish origins and one that would also survive the trip to the sukkah on a brisk autumn evening?


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