When HuffPost used the word “goy” in a recent headline, it evoked centuries-old myths and stereotypes.
I knew these people must exist, and I wanted to find them.
We are living in the age of snark, but Judaism counsels otherwise. Sometimes.
“It’s very much local support, from all the synagogues, from all those customers. They all want me to stay.”
Too often, we Orthodox Jews are described by the overarching term “ultra-Orthodox”. But it’s much more complicated than that.16
One group of Judaica scholars is taking crowdsourcing to a new level.
You wouldn’t believe she’s only 20.
Summer is hard to take seriously with nobody in the office, and everybody running around half-dressed. No wonder High Holidays fall when school resumes and the air grows brisk — when life starts taking itself seriously again.
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