Men on New York's West Side Look a lot Like Bernie Sanders — or Larry David

The harsh reality (or not so, depending on your predilections) is that if you’re a man of a certain age, you’re hair is white, you’re Jewish — and especially if you wear spectacles — someone may think you’re Bernie Sanders.

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Learning To Build A Business In ‘One Month’

Mattan Griffel was named one of Forbe’s 30 Under 30 in Education for starting his own company teaching online classes about entrepreneurship.

Scholars Are Finally Tackling Yiddish Children's Literature

Two upcoming anthologies will chronicle Yiddish children’s literature, largely believed to be an understudied and unknown field.

Jeffrey Tambor Triumphs at SAG Awards, Where Oscar’s Diversity Problem Was the Buzz

Everyone was talking about diversity at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Saturday night, with Oscar’s shutout of black actors. But the SAGs had their own diversity issue for the Jews: Other than Jeffrey Tambor, there was a dearth of tribe members in both winners and nominees.

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.’

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