Rooted in the ancient technique of baking breads on stones or over embers, these recipes are updated to use yeast, non-stick pans, and a stovetop.
The Jerusalem Post and JNS were among 46 publications that published opinion pieces by 19 nonexistent authors, according to the Daily Beast.
“DHS sent me to the border to see the separations for myself — to try to make me more compassionate — but it didn’t work.”
What does Ayn Rand do when a global pandemic strikes?
“Some people decided to make an example of me, as an English Jew. The one major fault is I’m not Jewish,” Starr said.
The problem with cultural Judaism is not that it isn’t religious. The problem is that it isn’t anything.
A federal judge shot down the argument that the closure of Jewish overnight camps this summer violated religious liberty.
July 4 was a time to reflect on our sins and successes. Now what?
In response to backlash, Jackson wrote “Anyone who feels I have hate towards the Jewish community took my post the wrong way.”
Though a devout Catholic, the composer would routinely participate in the European Day of Jewish Culture.
References to golems abound in Kubrick’s films including “Dr. Strangelove,” “Lolita” and “2001.”
As COVID-19 rages at San Quentin, a prison rabbi and activist offer comfort and support
Cracks in the secular-religious divide have begun to appear.
A short history of the Jewish community in one of Germany’s largest cities.
The proposed statues reveal what the Trump administration values in its heroes — and what it discounts
Jessie Kornberg, incoming Skirball Cultural Center CEO, brings a life of focus on race and immigration
The “Jewish Pulitzers” recognized a broad swath of the Forward’s coverage, from 2019, including the strange saga of a Goodwill Torah.
The language of “cultural Marxism” can all too easily slide into anti-Semitism.