“Hatuey: Memory of Fire,” originally written in Yiddish, became a hit in Havana. Turns out that Jewish culture is more popular in Cuba than you might think.
Now that Lou Reed’s archives are headed for the New York Public Library, expect to learn a lot more about Reed’s Jewish influences and philosophy.
My daughter was set on giving her guinea pig a bar mitzvah. It was harder work than we thought.
Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to our country’s most important cultural agencies are a nightmare — and no, private funding won’t make up for them.
News that X-Men super-villain Magneto is joining the Nazis has rocked the comic book world. But should we really be so upset?
Jews created the superhero genre, so why are there so few Jewish superheroes?
A veteran comedy writer tries to do some end-of-life planning, all the while maintaining her sense of humor.
An unscientific analysis of U.S. Census data from 2010 shows we’re likely far less popular than conspiracy theorists might imagine.
On Purim in Israel, even dogs get dressed up. Have a look.
Gary Cherkassky’s grandmother, who is 80 years old, isn’t on Facebook or Instagram. She doesn’t even have a smartphone. But if you are a Russian Jew, chances are you’ve probably heard what she has to say somewhere on the internet.
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