In this special edition of “Yiddish Word of the Day”, Rukhl Schaechter shares several humorous Purim-related proverbs you could use all year.
“I decided to make a work about trying to actively remember somebody: a weird biopic, or a pizzamentary, or something in between.”
Born in Yonkers in 1919, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, founder of City Lights Bookstore, has died at the age of 101.
As Putin tightens his grip on Russian media, the courts and freedom of expression online, tens of thousands of Russian Jews are leaving.
If there was ever a year when we needed to let loose and celebrate reason triumphing over hatred, this is it.
One year after the onset of the pandemic, most American theaters are languishing in the dark.
HBO Max’s ‘Allen v. Farrow’ demands we consider what kind of response to suffering we’re willing to tolerate in women.
Even after his mother and newborn son were murdered by the Nazis, Avrom Sutzkever relentlessly fought the attempt to kill Jews and Jewish culture.
Just the beginning of a wild 24 hours on the internet.
Ahead of Passover, inspectors tend to plants, birds and natural weathering while spring cleaning the ancient stones.
The counterculture classic was brought to the screen with the help of Bob Rafelson, Bert Schneider, and Henry Jaglom.
Join National Editor, Rob Eshman in conversation with the Einstein team who are identifying the longevity gene in Ashkenazi Jews
The council represents more than 100 Orthodox synagogues across the country.
Co-translator Linda Gritz says she aimed to put a Jewish spin on the song, while preserving its universal yearning for freedom.
Although the coronavirus prevents us from inviting guests, you can still celebrate the holiday with a delicious, festive meal!
In Dutch supermarkets, no cookie aisle is fully stocked without a national treat called jodenkoeken.