In this new series, “What the Forward,” an Orthodox Jew answers your burning questions about all things Jewish custom and religious observance.
Kushner, Trump play golf on Saturdays – not using carts and tipping their caddies the next day. But is that acceptable? And should we care?
Kushner and Trump wait til the next day to tip their caddy when they play Saturday golf. But such Sabbath sport might still not be kosher.
Could Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s traveling on the Sabbath cause trouble for Orthodox Jews in America?
When writer Gayle L. Squires was new to whipping up Shabbat meals in her small New York apartment, she experimented with themed menus: in one case, a Mexican meal; in another, an indoor picnic.
Shaky on the logistics of throwing a Shabbat lunch or dinner? Here’s everything you need to know.
A team of Israeli rabbis determined that the fidget spinner is kosher to use on the Sabbath, but only if it doesn’t have lights.
Ivanka Trump offers some details in “Women Who Work” about how she and Jared Kushner observe the Sabbath and make matches between their friends.
Supermarkets in some parts of the city will now be opened on Saturdays, a decision that Orthodox lawmakers harshly criticized.
I couldn’t help but wonder if my pizza-mate recognized the ramification of his philosophy.