After 65 years in business an old-school Williamsburg hat store keeps Hasids and hipsters looking dapper with the help of a dedicated clientele and 100-year old hat-mending machines.
American Jews are speaking out about one of the issues that is closest to their hearts: the right of women to pray as they please at the Western Wall in Jerusalem
From the world’s strongest girl, to a political diva dressed in pink and a Jew moonlighting as Santa — it’s time for our top 10 videos from 2012.
FORWARD VIDEO: Tunisia’s main Jewish cemetery is in disrepair. The Forward’s Nate Lavey tells of one man’s struggle to keep alive the memory of those buried there.
As Tunisia struggles to emerge from decades of dictatorship, the small Jewish community is seeking its place in the new order. Nate Lavey went to find out how it’s going.
Women’s comics pioneer Diane Noomin talks about Wimmen’s Comix, Twisted Sister and her comic alter ego of several decades — Didi Glitz.
In an annual ranking of press freedom, the advocacy group Reporters Without Borders has dropped Israel from 86th to 92nd place.
Ryan Braun, the slugging outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers, became the first Jew to win Most Valuable Player award in nearly five decades.