As religiously observant Jews know, going on vacation can take a lot of work. But if they’re traveling to Orlando, they needn’t worry.
When Orthodox Jewish billionaire Hershey Friedman bought America’s largest kosher meat company, Agriprocessors, out of bankruptcy in 2009, it was the Canadian packaging magnate’s first foray into the meat business.
When Rabbi Lila Kagedan spends her first Shabbat at the Mount Freedom Jewish Center in Randolph, New Jersey, later this month, she will be making history.
Christmas is a day like any other in most Hasidic neighborhoods in New York: Children go to school, shops are open, and tinsel and holly are nowhere to be seen.
Brandeis University announced Thursday that its next president will be Ronald Liebowitz, the former president of Middlebury College.
A small but growing number of Jewish men have adopted the practice of monthly mikvah immersions in tandem with their wives’ menstrual cycles.
It was all hugs and smiles when Israeli President Reuven Rivlin met Friday with leaders of America’s three main Jewish denominations at an event hosted by UJA-Federation of New York.
While America puzzles over the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, many American Jews are puzzling over an additional element: the religious identity of victim Nicholas Thalasinos.