As Ethiopian Protests Continue, Where Do Women Fit In?

Ethiopians have roiled Israel with protests over racism since a video depicted police beating a black IDF soldier. Sarah Breger asks a prominent academic expert about the specific barriers Ethiopian women face.

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New Mediterranean Mashup and All the Weekly Dish

The very latest news about restaurant openings and closings, chefs on the move and tasty events happening in the world of Jewish food.

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Chicken Soup With Crunch

Forget sour cream and onion. A potato chip company in Manchester, England, introduces its wacky hand-cooked “crisps” to the States.

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How I Moved to L.A. Without Leaving New York While Becoming and Not Becoming a Father

Neal Pollack recently moved to Los Angeles without leaving New York. And got married without tying the knot. He contemplates the value of the choices we make or don’t make.

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Bagels for All — Appreciation or Appropriation?

The biblical Ruth broadened the definition of Jewishness. Yet in the popular imagination, Jews and Judaism are still reduced to the straight white male incarnation, writes Leigh Shulman.

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