Wedding bells are ringing for an Asian woman and her Jewish fiance but their parents only want to talk about future grandchildren. How to explain that they may not even have kids?
Nicolae Ceausescu is still dead. But the fallen Romanian dictator’s memory lives in the childhood memories of one scibe, who asked the nation’s current leader about him.
Tattoo parlors around the world are trying to rescue the swastika symbol from its association with Nazism. But for one tattooed Jew, the Holocaust makes that impossible.
As a Canadian Jew, Mira Sucharov often feels a twinge of envy on Martin Luther King Day. That feeling hits her even stronger today, as Prime Minister Stephen Harper visits Israel.
Latest in the ‘quenelle’ feud? Zoopla, an oddly-named British real estate web site, has pulled its sponsorship of a soccer team over a star player’s use of the anti-Semitic gesture.
As the Lena Dunham Vogue cover controversy shows, the female body is still a battleground. The good news? Women are winning, in mainstream culture and in the Jewish world.