For the first time in history, Israeli whisky has arrived in America.
A whole new class of kosher whiskey is in prospect.
History is written by the victor so Bill Gates saying he’d raise chickens made the world listen. Not so clear we are listening to Meg O’Day — an award-winning hen from 1956-1957 who is stuffed and on display in a new exhibit.
I nearly stepped on the tall, bearded man laying out pairs of big red headshots on the floor of a hallway in the offices of the National Museum.
The personal is political, but the personal is also a powerful tool these seven books use to come to grips with historical events that tragically transcend individuals, families and even nations.
No one does dystopia quite like the Jews.
Our intrepid correspondent sipped his way through the fifth-annual Whisky Jewbilee, and offers up his top recommendations.
No one apart from Hallmark actually cares about Father’s Day. It’s on the calendar so dads don’t whine about Mother’s Day. Just give us some whisky and let’s move on.
Hillary Clinton should enlist Al Franken, an original writer for SNL. He’d capture the Jewish vote that’s been driving Bernie Sanders, Dan Friedman writes.
Eleven questions answered about rapper Drake’s new whiskey.