Eat, Drink + Think

The Liqueur-Making Jews of Curacao

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

Artichokes Any Which Way

Liza Schoenfein celebrates artichoke season with two different dishes: a light salad and a spring vegetable stew.

Who’s Afraid of the Video Artist? Lisa Tan’s video series, ‘Waves,’  which was influenced by Virginia Woolf’s seminal novel, ‘The Waves,’ explores the consciousness of a writer.

A Diaspora at the New Museum

Ever wondered what it meant to live in a post-Internet age? The latest installment of the New Museum’s triennial tackles this question.

Of Max Baer, Joe Lelyveld and 8 Other Things About Jewish Nebraska

Who knew that the Cornhusker State is also the state of cookbook-publishing sisterhoods, New York Times editors and heavyweight fighters?

Stop 'Praying for Baltimore' on Social Media

Posting your “praying for Baltimore” on Facebook and other social media sites helps no one, writes Chanel Dubofsky. Now is a time for activism outside your comfort zone.

We Put Jewish Celebrities Through #HowOldRobot

Have you heard about #HowOldRobot? We tested the age-estimation app on some of our favorite famous Jews — and found they have some work to do.