Most of us in journalism didn’t go into the profession only to write stories about people behaving badly, or only to rail against injustice, or only to point out all of society’s flaws. But too often the magnetic pull of the negative becomes the default definition of “news” and journalism fails to make enough room to celebrate and inspire the good that is happening all around us, even if we don’t quite notice.
All the hottest Jewish social events, parties, and networking opportunities for young professionals happening this week.
Are this year’s Oscar contenders letting you down? The New York Jewish Film Festival begins its 26th year on Wednesday, and as always, its slate of films is diverse enough to please the most demanding cinephiles. Here are five flicks worth braving the cold to see at the Film Society of Lincoln Center during the…
A brunch-worthy sushi roll, babka ice-cream sandwiches, bagel-mania in Beantown, plus restaurant openings and closings, chefs on the move and everything happening this week in the world of Jewish food.
Here’s a roundup of Rio de Janeiro’s kosher restaurants and shops.
A famous bakery closes and a deli is saved, a donut shop rises — and everything you need to know this week in the world of Jewish food,
Little Bird’s Curious Confections uses Belgian, sustainable chocolate and natural ingredients to produce its Fire Bites and Fire Barks, all with candied hot peppers.
Samar Qupty was traveling on Wednesday night to the Colombia Film Festival to promote her film “Junction 48.”
If there were a competition for the most Jewish-seeming non-Jew, the late Garry Marshall would have topped the podium (or sat on the bimah).
Armed with their typewriters and the whims of passerby as inspiration, a number of writers are bringing the craft of poetry to the masses — by writing poems as people wait on the street.