Eat, Drink + Think

The Liqueur-Making Jews of Curacao

The oldest continually active Jewish congregation in the Americas? Hint: Check your margarita glass.

Hungary Jewish Leader Charges Fraud at Historic Synagogue

The head of Budapest’s Jewish community said he filed a complaint with police alleging fraud and embezzlement at the historic Dohany Street Synagogue.

'Hatred of Jews' on Rise as Mideast Tensions Spike

Germany’s foreign minister said at an international conference on anti-semitism on Thursday that “hatred of Jews” was on the rise once more in his country and across Europe, fueled by spiraling violence in the Middle East.

A Computer Program to Enhance Your Mikveh Experience

The mikveh ritual can be complicated. An MIT computer scientist has created a complex algorithm and website to revolutionize women’s observance.

A U.N.-run shelter at a school in Gaza after it was attacked by Israel, killing more than a dozen people.

Israel To Boycott U.N. Gaza 'Kangaroo Court' Probe

Israel said on Wednesday it would not cooperate with a United Nations Human Rights Council investigation into this year’s Gaza war because its findings were “pre-determined.”

Rhyme Time: Adam Mansbach’s aims for another viral success with his new, umm, bedtime story.

Maybe Once Was F--cking Enough

Adam Mansbach’s viral hit ‘Go The F–k To Sleep’ has spawned its inevitable sequel. Our Adam Langer assesses the vulgar offering in rhyming verse — and F-words of his own.