When my Orthodox daughter used “hilonit,” the Hebrew word for secular as an insult, I had to speak up.
Two Orthodox Jewish beatboxers failed to advance on “America’s Got Talent” after wowing the judges in the initial round of the TV competition.
When I met my husband, I still believed in God. That was more than ten years ago, when I had the notion that I could fit in to Orthodoxy.
Jennifer Aniston hit the nail on its head in her critique of the media and society’s obsession with constantly asking about and falsely reporting her being pregnant. Jewish women have similar struggles.
Brooklyn’s Orthodox community is mourning the apparent suicide of a 22-year-old construction worker named Yakov Krausz, whose body was discovered Wednesday in an elevator motor room.
Though the Orthodox world is generally known as an insular one that shuns movies, a new generation of Orthodox women are challenging that preconception with their ambitious “For Women Only” movies.
I have a confession to make: I’m in a mixed marriage. But not the kind that conjures up images of Fiddler on the Roof’s Tevye, devastated by his daughter’s decision to wed outside the faith.
A video by Israeli feminist organization Women of the Wall Nashot HaKotel reveals an Orthodox man ripping up a prayer book in protest of women reading at the Western Wall.
A new report finds that Jews who leave Orthodox Judaism retain their Jewish identities, despite feeling pushed out of Orthodoxy.
New Jersey law enforcement officers removed computers and boxes of records from a special education school with close ties to Lakewood, N.J.’s large ultra-Orthodox community, according to a report in the Asbury Park Press.