Listen to these five tracks and the tracks suggested by Grossman – they’re all great, and they’re all klezmer, in their own way.
One of the guiding lights of public health policy in the US was a Russian Jew who came to this country planning on being a lawyer instead.
I saw the future at a Heritage Dinner, the future in a slice of challah next to an empanada.
Confused by the laws and customs of Shavuot? We’ve got you covered:
Brodsky, an honoree in the Forward 50, has shed new light on the “rape adjacent” practice with a new study published in a scholarly journal.
Historians deem Judy Seigel the “unsung heroine” of the alt photography world, influencing many authors and artists.
The surname of Rachel Maddow, the liberal MSNBC host, comes from her one paternal Jewish grandparent, though her family identifies as Catholic.
Civil rights groups called Sheriff Clarke “unfit to serve” in the Department of Homeland Security.
Knowing that “Transparent” was created by a not-yet-out trans person, and not a cis one blithely enjoying cis privilege – does something change?
Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life. But how often do we discuss what happens after the wedding?
— Former Sen. Joe Lieberman withdrew his name from consideration to replace James Comey as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation…
Here and there, Lanzmann throws in a lecherous detail that might remind you of your dirty uncle.
Citizens of Idaho’s biggest city raised $30,000 after a local nonprofit’s memorial to Anne Frank was defaced.
If ABC’s much-ridiculed reboot of “Dirty Dancing” made you long for the original, sing along to a screening at Williamsburg’s Videology Bar & Cinema.
— The Nevada Assembly unanimously passed legislation that would ban state government entities from doing business with companies that boyco…
We are Sunni Muslim and whenever we can’t get Halal food, we search for kosher options, which are permitted by our dietary restrictions.
Forget Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax: Outfielder and WWII vet Sy Rosenthal was the greatest Jewish baseball hero.
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