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
There’s a kosher pizza war being waged in the heart of Hasidic Brooklyn — and a Jewish religious court has laid down a Solomonic decision about how the pie is going to be sliced.
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.
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