“The Talmud’s discussion of when it is okay to lie is quite moving.”
96-year-old Judith Leiber tells of surviving World War II in Hungary and becoming a design icon in America.
“Even in difficult periods like the intifada, this holiday was not cancelled.”
Times Square’s newest attraction, Gulliver’s Gate, features a tiny Loch Ness Monster in Scotland and a miniature Jerusalem.
How did Timshel, a new startup founded by an Obama tech guru, get a Bible reference so wrong? Blame John Steinbeck and ‘East of Eden.’
At the time of the Holocaust in Hungary, it would have been hard to imagine any sort of Jewish future — least of all a Bat Mitzvah in America.
Historian Jonathan Schorsch launches an initiative in the German capital that promotes political activism based on traditional Jewish texts.
Playwright William Hoffman, one of the first writers to confront the AIDS pandemic in “As Is,” has died at 78.
Witness to anti-Semitism, confidante of the Kennedys, confronter of Indira Gandhi, women’s rights’ advocate Shobha Nehru has died at 108.
Seven Jewish and Palestinian kids were profiled in a 1990’s film series about growing up in the holy city. A quarter century later, Naomi Zeveloff tracked them down for this Sigma Delta Chi award-winning article.
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