Cooking as Catharsis

By Hillary Berkowitz Nussbaum

Stress-Relieving Pumpkin Challah

By Hillary Berkowitz Nussbaum

  1. Why the Jewish Now (and Future) Can’t Be Confined to the Paradigms of the Past
  2. Call for Submissions! Write about Resistance!
  3. Here’s Why Compromise IS the Wrong Strategy

Down Under: In 2005, Hurricane Katrina destroyed more than 7 torah scrolls of the Congregation Beth Israel in New Orleans.

A Town Called Kaplan?

By Gabe Friedman

Jews make up just .2% of Louisiana’s population. But the community boasts the first Mardi Gras king, a Hurricane Katrina hero and even a town named Kaplan.

Crying Out: A man prays at the scene of the Har Nof attack.

Hate Behind the Bloodshed

By J.J. Goldberg

J.J. Goldberg was relieved that his relatives were spared in the Jerusalem terror attack. It gave him the perspective to examine the rhetoric that fed the hate —  on both sides.

What Students Hate Most

What Students Hate Most

By Sigal Samuel

What do American students hate more: ISIS or Israel? To find out, Ami Horowitz took to the University of California campus armed with two flags —  and a video camera.

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