David Grossman and Amos Oz are finalists for the Man Booker Prize. Which is good news for literature and, unfortunately, for anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists.
Aviya Kushner has always been proud of her family name. Now, she fears that it has become a symbol for a bizarre and diluted version of Judaism.
John Felstiner, who translated the works of Paul Celan, recently died at the age of 80. Aviya Kushner recalls his greatest accomplishments.
For Francisco Goya’s 270th birthday, the Israel Museum is exhibiting the Spanish artist’s work — some of which is stunningly progressive.
Inspired by the case of a detained Holocaust scholar, translators are working to share the stories of non-native English speakers traveling to the U.S.
Florentin in Tel Aviv is a great place to check out graffiti that reveals Israel’s political pulse. Here’s a tour.
On Purim in Israel, even dogs get dressed up. Have a look.
Only 30% of literature translated into English is written by women. A new prize, announced today on International Women’s Day seeks to bring attention to women authors.
Ever wonder if your fellow grocery shopper is single or married? A new Israeli grocery bag can tell you the answer.
Though Donald Trump has a 48 percent disapproval rating, the public strongly approves of the sentences he utters. What’s up with that?