The Jewish Lonely Hearts Who Meet Online

For Jewish singles, JDate holds the power to connect. But it can also make you feel there’s something wrong if you can’t click your way to love, writes Esther Kustanowitz.

Anti-Semitism? Self-Segregation Isn’t the Answer

Resurgent European anti-Semitism has some Jewish communities growing more insular in response. But resorting to self-segregation may just be another way of falling victim to hate.

Finding New ADL Chief: Hard. Replacing Foxman: Impossible

The Anti-Defamation League will surely find a new chief when Abe Foxman retires next year. But J.J. Goldberg writes it can never replace Foxman — and it won’t be the same ADL.

Handing Over the JDate Keys to My Mom

After not finding much luck on JDate, Jen Glantz decided to let her mom hijack her account for one evening. She learned there’s more than one way to find a date on the Internet.

7 Secrets of Highly Successful Synagogues — and Churches

Christian megachurches are experts at filling the pews. Lenore Skenazy finds their methods of success translate better than you might think to the Jewish world.