How to Send Your Jewish Kid to College — Without Stressing Out

Sending a kid off to college is never easy. But are these are particularly trying times? Gordon Haber spoke to Jewish parents with college-age children to get some insight into their concerns.

Baking Challah As a Feminist Act

What sparked Elana Sztokman’s newfound desire to learn how to bake challah? Haviva Ner David’s new book challenging traditional Jewish gender roles at home.

Bernice Gordon, Jewish Crossword Maven, Dies at 101

Bernice Gordon, who constructed crossword puzzles for over 50 years, has died at the age of 101. Benjamin Ivry remembers the centenarian cruciverbalist.

Hezbollah Leader: 'We Do Not Want War With Israel But We Are Not Afraid of It'

The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah said on Friday his group did not want war with Israel but was ready for one and reserved the right to respond to Israeli attacks at any time and place.

Facing Extradition, Israeli ‘Sex Rabbi’ Tells Dutch Daily He Survived Holocaust

A rabbi born in pre-state Israel fighting extradition from Holland over alleged sex crimes told a Dutch daily that he is a Holocaust survivor.