The Secret Identity in My Spam Folder

We all have a secret self, one we live out in private. For Neal Gabler, that self — which awaits dream jobs and Powerball winnings‚ lives in his spam folder.

Why We Want Our Plantings To Be Like Us

In his column, “My Heretical Year,” Shulem Deen ponders the month of Shevat and the “New Year for the Trees,” and contemplates the question of how we convey our Jewishness to future generations.

Improvising on Tradition, With a Vegan Backbeat

A musician-slash-chef in Oakland, California, has just come out with his first cookbook, ‘Notes From an Underground Restaurant: Improvisations Through Food and Music.’

Kosher Food Easy To Find at Disney

As religiously observant Jews know, going on vacation can take a lot of work. But if they’re traveling to Orlando, they needn’t worry.


How I Found Myself Living Out a 1980s Video Game

Michael Bennett Cohn finds himself in a somewhat real life version of the 1980s video game Castle Wolfenstein.

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