When it dawned on Debs Gardner that the world was incomplete without a Sierpinski hamantaschen, she set out to create the self-repeating fractal in cookie form.
Is the emphasis placed on Auschwitz skewed the way we understand the Holocaust? One British author explains why the death camp can be misleading metaphor for the Shoah.
Britain’s advertising watchdog has banned an Israeli government tourism ad for showing the Old City of Jerusalem.
Sociolinguist, Yiddish scholar and advocate for endangered languages Joshua (Shikl) Fishman died March 1 in New York.
Sarah Rudolph hated Esther for being so passive. Then she delved a little deeper — and learned to love the Biblical queen.
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