The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.
When you come from a German-speaking country like Austria, be prepared for questions from American Jews. Here are Anna Goldenberg’s least favorite ones.
The Torah instructs that the first son belongs to God. Whether one’s faith is by the book or by the heart, the author finds there is always a price for redemption.
Pennsylvania has a history of pioneering Jews: the first movie theater in the world in Pittsburgh, and the Marx Brothers’ first show in Philadelphia are just two of them.
Benjamin Harshav, a translator, poet and scholar of Hebrew and Yiddish literature, died April 23 in New Haven, Connecticut. He was 86.
A ‘living billboard’ of grains represents Israel at the soon-to-open World’s Fair in Milan. Is the throwback to its agrarian past a good way to brand the start-up nation?