"Arranging flowers for my Shabbat table has become my own private ritual, one that involves sight and smell and touch."
The updated siddur uses modern language and context designed for broader appeal, but also includes traditional passages it had ignored in the past.
Valentine’s Day is this weekend. Do you have that special card for your sweetheart?
“You don’t know the meaning of true love if you think it can be deliberately selected. You just love, that’s all. A natural force, irresistible.”
—Saul Bellow, “Henderson the Rain King”
"Thanks to the popularity of the Jewish senator with unruly hair and a Brooklyn accent, suddenly “socialism” is no longer a dirty word."
New York’s Israeli-owned Breads Bakery, is cooking up seductive sweets with February 14 in mind.
A tough sell on Israel won't help Hillary Clinton, according to Ali Gharib.
“I want to know why millions of Jews were killed and here we both are.”
"Despite the massive age gap, Bernie Sanders is a political figure with whom young Jews can identify: liberal, progressive, secular and, increasingly, alienated from Israel in general, and the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in particular."
Memories of David Wichs, the remarkable man killed in freak crane collapse.
May we interest you in some socialism with that smoked meat?!
A new book explores the abundance of postwar Yiddish culture.
Be still our hearts!
"There are no Hunger Games in Gaza but there is real hunger, and it is induced by years of Israeli occupation and siege."
“My mother told me one time,” Kasich shared, “she said, ‘Johnny, if you want to look for a really good friend, get somebody who’s Jewish.’"