How Violence Transforms Free-Range Israeli Moms Into Helicopter Parents

“Look Mom, I’m still alive!” my 11-year-old sixth-grader announced at the end of the school day - both because she was genuinely relieved to be home safely and as a commentary on the obsessive worrying of her teachers and parents throughout the day.

‘Zahav’ Kale, Apple, Walnut and Sumac-Onion Tabbouleh

An autumnal salad from Chef Michael Solomonov’s new cookbook, “Zahav.”

How Freedom Turned to Propaganda in Soviet Photography

The Jewish Museum’s new exhibit “The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film,” reveals a new, strict style of propaganda supported by Stalin.


Michael Solomonov Shares Israeli Recipes and Recollections in ‘Zahav’

The Israeli chef’s new cookbook is a deeply personal look at the food of his first — and perhaps favorite — Philadelphia restaurant.

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