Olin’s collages, now on exhibit at NYC’s Eldridge Street Museum, explore the superstitions of Jewish women in the Russian Pale of Settlement.
Besides teaching how to pronounce the lyrics, instructor Binyumen Schaechter will provide the songs’ musical, historical and linguistic nuances.
The council has been widely criticized as overly hostile to Israel.
In 2008, the humble chickpea dish triggered the so-called “hummus wars” between Lebanon and Israel. But could it also unite Arabs and Jews?
Among the nine rabbis currently named, some involve well-known cases of misconduct and others are largely unknown.
Echoing the philosophy of the existentialist Albert Camus, Bregman once said, “This game is so great because it’s a game of failure.”
Paul Auster talked to the Forward about his daily routine, his favorite typewriter and his fascination with Stephen Crane.
Jewish women are the lead attorneys in the case.
Couric recalls discovering her late mother, Elinor, weeping after some friends made antisemitic remarks.
For Sephardim, Portuguese citizenship offers ease of travel and an opportunity to satisfy nostalgia and reconnect with one’s roots.
Just as the late author had intended, its editors are determined to keep the Yiddish language current in today’s changing world.
George Soros is once again being invoked as a boogeyman — this time in the Virginia governor’s race between Glenn Youngkin and Terry McAuliffe.
Robert Scull and his wife Ethel were seen as tasteless and crass, despite an impeccable taste for the work of Jasper Johns, Jackson Pollock and others
Here’s everything to know about the Jewish sports legend.
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.”