If Paul Traynor’s film is to be believed, the angry dispute that took place at a heavily Jewish suburban Chicago high school last February was not the spontaneous, i...
Ljova and the Kontraband performed a beautiful Yiddish song from western Ukraine in an NPR “Tiny Desk Concert.”
The proposed bans are one of many historical attempts, some successful, to limit religious freedoms for Jews and Muslims.
Tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland’s “Fyre Festival” was a spectacular, hilarious, wonderful failure.
Ariela Rivkin, the only Jewish member of the University of Wisconsin-Madison student government, said that BDS activists personally targeted her.
It’s hard to say no to a really good batch of cookies.
Experience with an anti-Semitic high school bully wound up making her a better leader.
‘Donald Trump’ paid a timely visit to “The Daily Show” to celebrate his first 100 days in office.
A tragic Jewish family history makes continuity concerns an added pressure for Andrea Syrtash and her husband.
Writers, artists, and scholars will spend three days this weekend enlightening Chicagoans on various aspects of what the late comic George Carlin immortalized as “St...
“Our emphasis will be on street activism, preparation, defense and confrontation,” the group’s organizer wrote.
The union that represents former FEGS workers laid out the damage done to its members by the charity’s dissolution.
Kramer tries making Jewish food for a Jewish singles event; watch what happens next.
It was a generation that faced wars, famines, social and economic upheavals, and the dizzying twists and turns of Soviet policy, along with the special burden of off...
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