A Holocaust parable? A celebration of polyglot Brooklyn? Josh Nathan-Kazis might be overthinking Daniel and Jill Pinkwater’s new picture book — but it’s worth reading anyway.
On Hanukkah, chocolate isn’t just for gelt. After tasting these warm, chocolate-filled sufganiyot, you won’t want to return to the old jelly-filled ones.
For many, Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station is a reviled symbol of decay. In 18 hours, Naomi Zeveloff found a metaphor for everything bad about Israel — and good, too.
Judge Judy has ruled TV with brassy authority for two decades. Keysha Whitaker explains how she has learned to live by the small-screen Solon’s sage advice.