The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.
At some point or another — for better or for worse — we’ve all felt like George Costanza. Now, Kat Dennings can boast having a custom George voicemail, courtesy of Jason Alexander.
Benjamin Harshav, a translator, poet and scholar of Hebrew and Yiddish literature, died April 23 in New Haven, Connecticut. He was 86.
This cake is inspired by limonana, the uber-popular Israeli sweet lemonade that’s always punched up with fresh mint.
On April 22, the Forward ran a critical review of Tuvia Tenenbom’s book “Catch the Jew.” Here, Mr. Tenenbom takes issue with his detractors.
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