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With Earth Day upon us, Dan Friedman reflects on the draught plaguing the West Coast and asks: How should we should allocate water justly — and Jewishly?
Is print dying? In hopes of finding out, Forward managing editor Dan Friedman visited one of the world’s few remaining print shops specializing in Yiddish.
Poet laureate Philip Levine has died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 87. The Jewish wordsmith never forgot his working-class roots — and won’t soon be forgotten.
For his inaugural whisky column, Scotch connoisseur Dan Friedman pits smoky Lagavulin 16 against the newly available Monkey Shoulder.
Dan Friedman explains that we should not let our symbols of solidarity and support convince us that we know what’s best for France and her Jews.
Adam LeBor is a journalist who created a spy series about a shadowy Israeli operative. He talks about his latest thriller ‘The Washington Strategem.’
Assaf Gavron’s ‘Hilltop’ is no ‘War and Peace’ — and that’s not a bad thing. Dan Friedman explains the compelling novel is about real people who happen to live in a West Bank outpost.
Despite its name, Kristallnacht was a dramatic event of chilling evil. Dan Friedman asks why the Nazi image of it has persisted over the decades.
Forward Managing Editor Dan Friedman had mixed feelings about schnitzel, until he took a near-religious (if figurative) ride on Schnitzi, the Schnitzel Truck.