How Israel Made Me Fall in Love With Turkish Coffee

Despite her sworn fealty to the French press, when she first tasted the bracing beverage, with its soft foam and deep hint of cardamom, Leah Koenig was hooked.


When Modesty Endangers Women’s Lives

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You Can Dance With Mensch on a Bench for Hanukkah

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How a Jewish Woman and a Kenyan Man Are Trying To Save the World Together

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Mitzvah Accomplished

Even for those who have left the faith, rituals can still exert a powerful force. For memoirist Chaya Deitsch, author of “Here and There,” the performance of a mitzvah brings back fond recollections.

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