First Impressions: ?Sarah? and ?Daniel? meet for first time on Shalom TV?s faux depiction of the dating life.

JMatch Dating Drama Comes To Life on Tube

When you think about it, the brave new world of online Jewish dating is the perfect setting for a reality show. Between the anxious chatter of the first meeting to the nervous wait for a post-date phone call (which, if it comes, only does after the requisite three-day delay), the lives of single Jews seem ready-made for a genre that thrives on the drama of everyday lives.

Communal Groups Back Somali in Bid To Block Israel Lawsuits

American Jewish organizations that fought to establish the jurisdiction of U.S. courts for suits against terrorist groups are taking an opposite tack in suits involving human rights abuses.

Making a Point: Jeffery Rivera, a prisoner enrolled in the Bard Prison Initiative, discusses the Holocaust in a course offered at the Woodbourne Correctional Facility.

Earning College Degrees Behind Bars

It’s a Friday afternoon in December, and history professor John Fout is leading the students in his course, “Nazi Germany and the Holocaust,” in a spirited discussion.

West Bank: From left, Rachel Mirsky, Yolly Dratch and Rivka Cohen at the host school, Ulpanat Tzvia, in Ma?ale Adumim.

For American Teens, Lessons in Hebrew Immersion and Settler Ideology

For participants in the Yeshiva University schools’ newest exchange program, the last month has been one of slumber parties, shopping trips, Hebrew-language immersion and settler ideology.

A Large and Lovely Beauty Pageant

‘My name is Heli Buzaglo, I’m 24 years old from Afula, a fat girl, FAAAAAAAAT but beautiful (or at least that’s what everyone says, including the mirror on the wall).” Thus opens the blog of one of the contestants in the 16th annual “Fat and Beautiful” beauty pageant in Israel.