Here are three ways to break up your weekend-at-home.
“You can do kiddush with a styrofoam cup and you’re still Jewish.”
Woody Allen’s “Apropos of Nothing” is a deceitful book, one that asserts honesty while evading truth.
The show is a vibrant portrait of a woman mid-transition — a coming of age story for a woman made to grow up too soon.
“Awful doesn’t begin to touch it. It’s horrific. It’s disgusting. It’s disheartening.”
President Trump found not just an innovative doctor in the Jewish man successfully treating coronavirus symptoms. He found a fan.
“Self-isolating, I’ve discovered, isn’t one of those things you master.”
The Kaiserman JCC outside Philadelphia has laid off nearly all its staff. That could be repeated at Jewish community centers across the country.
“There is a special place in hell for the small minority that do this during this crisis,” Gov. Phil Murphy said of anti-Semitic scapegoating.
We didn’t ask for this, but here it is anyway.
Israeli politicians, with their famous lack of principles and shifting priorities, often make fools of prognosticators.
The community is hurting, but it has also taken to videostreaming information and messages of support to combat the overwhelming anxiety.
In 100 episodes, David has shown the world a prime example of the bulk of American Jewry’s ambivalent relationship with itself.
Sometimes, a situation is so surreal — that old words don’t feel sufficient, that new prayers must be imagined and transcribed.
Want to break up the social distancing routine? Listen, learn and create this Friday.
Amid COVID-19, a powerful lesson in inwardness - for the sake of others.
I thought that Leviticus, was the least relevant book of the Torah. Now, amid COVID-19, it’s a guide to survival.