Edith’s serves bacon, Sephardic food and wood fired bagels in Brooklyn, paying homage to Jewish cuisine
“The rule of romance is that there has to be a happy ending… If they don’t get together, that’s not a romance; that’s literary fiction.”
In South America, religion is in the process of being reinvented. Nowhere is this more evident than in the phenomenon of ‘Judaizing Evangelicals.’
Like Gab, Parler and Telegram, it is likely that TRUTH Social, Trump’s new social media platform, will become a hotbed for neo-Nazis and hate speech.
Forward editor-in-chief Jodi Rudoren will moderate a conversation about Zionism and antisemitism with Bret Stephens and Peter Beinart.
The high cost of college can prevent people from working in essential, but modest-paying, public service jobs.
Nearly all foreign tourists have been barred from the country throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The actor, who played an undocumented Syrian immigrant, had previously expressed misgivings over his character’s accent.
The firing is making waves in the venerable 133-year-old congregation, and has sparked a protest petition with more than 200 signatures.
Nagel, whom the New York Post once dubbed “Sperminator,” grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family in Monsey, New York.
The statue, which has stood in the city council’s chambers for over a century, was commissioned by Uriah Phillips Levy.
In ‘Unraveling,’ Stacey Abarbanel documents Pancho Villa’s raid to hunt her grandfather Sam Ravel in New Mexico in 1916