Eat, Drink + Think

The Liqueur-Making Jews of Curacao

The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.

At Least Someone’s Happy: Pooch enjoys the snow in the Golan Heights as a major winter snow slammed Israel.

Snowstorm Slams Israel — Roads and Schools Close

The main roads were closed into Jerusalem as the worst storm of the year gathered strength.

A Holocaust Survivor's Confounding Choices

Yael Reuveny’s award-winning ‘Farewell Herr Schwarz’ looks at the radically different choices made after the Holocaust, including her great-uncle’s decision to live in Germany and celebrate Christmas.

Rite of Passage: Today you are a woman.

The One-Woman Hebrew School

In early 2010 Hila Ratzabi received an email with the subject line ‘Hebrew tutor for my (awesome!) 11-year- old daughter.’ She replied. Now, she’s a one woman Hebrew school.

Palestinians inspect damage after home of Hussam Kawasmeh was destroyed by Israeli forces.

Kidnap Ringleader Gets Life in Killings of 3 Israeli Teens

An Israeli military court on Tuesday sentenced a Palestinian to life imprisonment over the killing of three Israeli youths, whose abduction in the occupied West Bank set off a chain of events leading to the 50-day Gaza war last summer.

Israel Independence Declaration Preserved for Future

Israel’s Declaration of Independence was photographed using special technology to preserve it for future generations.