Tallying Inequality in the Art World

When artist Micol Hebron began counting the numbers of male and female artists on the rosters of galleries she found a staggering imbalance. So she set out to change it.

South Africa Protests Target Israel Trade Event

Protesters shouted anti-Israel epithets and threats outside of a South African Zionist Federation event in a Johannesburg suburb.

Xmas Is Kosher? Israel’s chief rabbinate has approved new rules that permit hotels to display Christmas trees.

Rabbis End Ban on Christmas Trees in Israel Hotels

The Chief Rabbinate of Israel has issued new kashrut regulations to hotels, significantly reducing rabbinic involvement in matters unrelated to the kosher status of food regarding the behavior of hotels on the Jewish Sabbath.

A Healthy Meal Between Holidays

Our food editor intends to lighten it up between Purim and Passover with healthy, delicious recipes such as her roasted wild salmon over red-wine-simmered lentils.

Uri Avnery and Me: In Oldenburg, Tenenbom makes the acquaintance of trees and heroic schoolteachers.

A Textbook Case of Anti-Semitism in Oldenburg

In a German university town, Tuvia Tenenbom encounters not only strange bathrooms and a suspicious lack of bagels — but also an unsettling case of anti-Semitism.