The Tragedy of Little Mae Berger

In 1944, a little Jewish girl died in an accidental shooting in Norfolk, Virginia. Forward editor-in-chief Jane Eisner returns to a harrowing family story that still resonates seven decades later.

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Gender in Tech, Women of the Wall and Airplane Seat-Switching

In this episode, the women of the Salon discuss Women of the Wall, gender discrimination in the Tech world, and anti-Semitism on college campuses.

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Keren Blum with her family at their home in Manhattan.

Why Is a Formerly Secular Woman Like Her Running a Chabad Center?

Most Lubavitchers are born into the group. What draws onetime secular Jews like Keren Blum to embrace — and thrive in — the Hasidic movement?

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Beet, Chocolate-Pistachio and Chia Tahini Recipes

Who says our favorite sauce has to stay simple? Here are recipes to help you liven it up with bold, bright flavors and colors.

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Backstreet Boys Jet In for Israel Gigs

The American pop band Backstreet Boys has arrived in Israel.

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