Eat, Drink + Think

Vegetables Are the New Bacon at Dirt Candy

Amanda Cohen, the owner of New York’s Dirt Candy, talks about her favorite Jewish food memories and how vegetables may just be the new bacon.

ICC Acknowledges Receiving Membership Request From Palestinians

The International Criminal Court acknowledged that it received a signed document stating that the Palestinian government accepted jurisdiction of the court.

Moshe Feiglin Leaving Likud Party In Lead Up to Israeli Elections

Moshe Feiglin said he is leaving the Likud Party after failing to secure a realistic spot on the candidates’ list for the March elections.

Israel Tributes to Black Leader Spotlight Group's Acceptance

Yitzchok Elefant ascended the stage in his black hat and coat and turned to face an auditorium full of people in flowing white shirts and pants with matching scarves and caps.

50 Years Ago: Ava DuVernay’s new film arrives on the 50th anniversary of the civil rights marches of 1965.

'Selma' Distorts History by Airbrushing Out Jewish Contributions to Civil Rights

‘Selma’ has already come under fire for its portrayal of Lyndon Johnson. The acclaimed film also leaves out Jewish contributions to the civil rights struggle, Leida Snow writes.

Fireworks erupt above Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate on New Year’s Eve, just minutes before a Jewish man was beaten for objecting to anti-Semitic songs on the city’s subway.

Jewish Man Beaten in Berlin on New Year's Eve

A Jewish man was badly beaten by several men in the center of Berlin on New Year’s Eve, after he asked them to stop singing anti-Semitic songs.