Now New Yorkers can worship their beloved bagels without the calories. A Swedish-born artist just unveiled nine bagel sculptures as part of a public-art project in Manhattan.
An Orthodox day school is not a place many would expect to give young women the skills to become outspoken feminists. But for Avigayil Halpern, it did just that.
An Israeli couple’s wedding day went from depressing to uplifting thanks to social media.
When Molly Staub’s family moved to New Jersey, they had no idea that they’d be participating in one of the country’s first and most successful American-Jewish agricultural communities.6
Israel’s Umm el-Fahem is part art gallery, part social service center. Known for its contemporary Arab art, it is committed to improving the lives of its 50,000 neighbors, most of whom live in poverty.
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