Veteran comedy writer Sybil Sage (“The Bob Newhart Show,” “Mary Tyler Moore”) declares her presidential candidacy and asks us, “What do we have to lose?”4
In the 1920s, a Romanian Jewish man named Max Rosenstock became ‘The Strongest Man in the World.’ His 101-year-old niece, the late Martha Gold, told us his story.10
Exactly 50 years ago, American Nazi Party co-founder George Lincoln Rockwell gave a public lecture at his alma mater. What happened next says a lot about free speech and how views of it have changed.8
Dana J. Schneider pays tribute to her father, a lifelong Brooklynite, who has taught her the value of friendship and being a mensch.
Paul Newman once directed a cinematic masterpiece in a Yiddish theater. So, why did he take his name off it? And why hasn’t anyone seen it or heard of it — until now? Read our exclusive, investigative tale.
Even in a Yeshiva kindergarten in Queens in 1969, sexism was clearly a thing. Years later, on Election Day 2016, Lisa Mayer will finally try to reverse a gross injustice.8
Sure, Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist may be an atheist. But her breathtaking artwork is creating true believers.
Elie Wiesel’s short, eloquent letter offered support and perspective to a young writer desperately in need of both. On the occasion of what would have been Wiesel’s 88th birthday, Rachel Kadish explains.
What do the selfie stick, autocorrect and the pencil eraser have to do with the values of repentance, faith and generosity on Rosh Hashanah? Just about everything, it turns out. Read on.3
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