During World War II, non-Jewish Polish writers stationed in Palestine drew their imagery and symbols from the land’s scenery and Jewish way of life.
There’s a kosher pizza war being waged in the heart of Hasidic Brooklyn — and a Jewish religious court has laid down a Solomonic decision about how the pie is going to be sliced.
We created a Twitter poll to determine whether people favored “sinkers” or “floaters” — and the results are in.
We chatted with Rachel Bloom about all things Judaism, crushes, writing and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
Barbra Streisand’s take on “People,” immortalized in the 1968 film “Funny Girl,” and Harry Richman’s take on Irving Berlin’s “Puttin’ on the Ritz” are among this year’s inductees to the National Recording Registry.
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