European Jews once vacationed at majestic resorts in the Austrian Alps. Many of these hotels are now deteriorating — but one Austrian artist is trying to change all that.
Korean-American author Euny Hong’s journey to conversion began with Maimonides after reading “The Guide for the Perplexed” during a freshman-year course at Yale.
Growing up in the suburbs, Peter Rosenberg fell in love with the music of rapper Big Daddy Kane. Now the Jewish host is a morning urban radio superstar.
What do a Japanese rabbi and a Chinese restaurant have in common? It’s no punch line — just the unlikely story of Rabbi Theodore Tsuruoka and his Long Island shul.
Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel was virtually synonymous with civil rights and a close friend of Martin Luther King. Why did he miss the March on Washington?
Fifty years ago, the March on Washington unified progressive Americans. The event was capped by Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech — but Jews also played a huge role in the iconic event.
A Bloomberg News article that compared a bank deal gone sour to the Nazis destruction of an Italian town during World War II went “too far,” according to a recent review of the incident.
The Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty has fired longtime executive director William Rapfogel, citing financial irregularities.
Angela Buchdahl is the first Asian-American rabbi and a candidate for the top spot at the venerable Central Synagogue. She symbolizes the increasing diversity of American Jewry.