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Not Your Bubbe's Yarmulke

Not Your Bubbe's Yarmulke

By Anne Cohen

Too lazy to sort through your parents’ kippah drawer? Now, you can print one — in 3D. A Jewish professor from Waterloo, Canada has combined computer graphics with religion — to impressive results.

Foodlums of Connecticut

Foodlums of Connecticut

By Johnna Kaplan

Connecticut is home to a surprising number of Jewish farms, foodies — and a whisky company. Our secret Jewish history of farming in the state explains why.

Legal Or Not? Palestinians labored in the Ijlil POW camp in central Israel, which housed 2,000 prisoners for 11 months in 1948 and 1949.

An Ugly Chapter?

By Nathan Guttman

New documents reveal a little-known chapter of Israeli history: Palestinian internment. Israelis say they were legal POWs. Palestinians claim something far worse.

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