Focusing our attention on a return to in-person communal life for children is a necessary investment in our long-term Jewish future.
Keith Thomas’ horror film ‘The Vigil’ is only the latest in a slew of films set in the Yiddish-speaking world.
Perhaps all of these conversations, overheard but not preserved, are comprising something like a new Oral Law for this pandemic age
Niddah is a private topic, and hard to talk about with non-religious friends.
I know Bernie’s got someone perfect for me.
LaTonya King’s products are helping build bridges across a cultural divide, said one rabbi.
In the “Scary Hours 2” EP, Drake says “I need me some Jesus in my life.” Should we be concerned?
As more Jewish voters move away from the Democratic Party, there may be more room for moderate GOP candidates to gain support.
“I’m not personally anti-mask,” said Benji Gershon, the group’s founder and president.
The post [Dallas Jewish Conservatives plan ‘mask-burn…
‘It’s like — I’m trying to think of a metaphor — it’s like sharing hamantaschen,’ said the CNN anchor.
The essay acknowledged that Frank was more confined than people currently experiencing COVID lockdowns.
Comic David Baddiel takes bigots to task in ‘Jews Don’t Count.’
Salsburg has been working on an album of arrangements of Hebrew psalm texts that is tentatively scheduled to be released later this year.