In a rare moment of across the aisle solidarity, Democrats led an online fundraiser to fix a North Carolina Republican Party office damaged by an explosion last week.
Is print dying? In hopes of finding out, Forward managing editor Dan Friedman visited one of the world’s few remaining print shops specializing in Yiddish.
A defunct synagogue in Boston tries to revive its community — by finding the descendants of its founding members who immigrated from Lithuania. Does it have a ghost of a chance?
Massachusetts is home to 4% of the country’s Jewish population and 4% of the state is Jewish. Here’s what else you might not know about the Bay State — starting with Leonard Nimoy.
Two Jewish candidates were defeated in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts governor.
Despite leaving Harvard after a 50-year teaching career, Alan Dershowitz says he isn’t slowing down.
Steve Grossman, the former chair of AIPAC, is one of two Democratic Jewish candidates for Massachusetts governor on the primary ballot.
Ten years ago, Massachusetts became the first state to allow same-sex couples to marry. That signaled a major shift — one that’s mirrored today in the Jewish community.
A judicial nominee for a seat on the top state court in Massachusetts was rejected in part because he had taken leadership positions with the Anti-Defamation League.