A tribe held its breath when The New York Times called The Boss “Bruce Springstein.” He’s not Jewish, but the typo wasn’t as wrong as it seemed.
Israel will still very likely receive the promised $1 billion emergency aid it requested earlier this year.
In “Family Matters,’ photographer Gillian Laub documents her family’s struggle to contend with a political divide and a pandemic.
In ‘The Philip Roth We Don’t Know,’ Jacques Berlinerblau defends his subject from charges of racism, but has trouble arguing against Roth’s sexism.
One line establishes the crimes of a real Nazi doctor, but mischaracterizes his main victims.
From the 1960s to the 1970s, Mister Kelly’s in Chicago played host to the most hip, daring and provocative names in show biz.
The survey found that half of AEPi respondents, and two-thirds of AEPhi respondents, had personally been targeted with an antisemitic comment.
Safety protocols are not barriers to in-person learning — they are the way back.
No details about the content of season two or any approximate release date were disclosed.
Some are attracted to them for religious reasons. Others just like the short, decisive sounds of Hebrew names.
Just before Yom Kippur last week, three vandals were caught trying to make off with 223 of the cemetery’s gravestones.
“Well, what you got on the dots?” she recalled Paul McCartney asking her that night early in 1967.
The Jewish actor chats with Alma about everything from Jewish jewelry to his friendship with Jason Sudeikis.
The independent board that reviews Facebook’s moderation choices told the company to revise its policy around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict