Artichokes Any Which Way

Liza Schoenfein celebrates artichoke season with two different dishes: a light salad and a spring vegetable stew.

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Who’s Afraid of the Video Artist? Lisa Tan’s video series, ‘Waves,’  which was influenced by Virginia Woolf’s seminal novel, ‘The Waves,’ explores the consciousness of a writer.

A Diaspora at the New Museum

Ever wondered what it meant to live in a post-Internet age? The latest installment of the New Museum’s triennial tackles this question.

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Of Max Baer, Joe Lelyveld and 8 Other Things About Jewish Nebraska

Who knew that the Cornhusker State is also the state of cookbook-publishing sisterhoods, New York Times editors and heavyweight fighters?

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Stop 'Praying for Baltimore' on Social Media

Posting your “praying for Baltimore” on Facebook and other social media sites helps no one, writes Chanel Dubofsky. Now is a time for activism outside your comfort zone.

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We Put Jewish Celebrities Through #HowOldRobot

Have you heard about #HowOldRobot? We tested the age-estimation app on some of our favorite famous Jews — and found they have some work to do.

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