As a writer, much of what I write about comes to me in very strange and unexpected ways.
The film topped the global box office in mid-May thanks to (relatively) strong numbers from its South Korean release.
This worry is so embedded in the Jewish psyche that we have built religious customs for it.
Herbert Stempel, whose brief fame was chronicled in the Robert Redford film “Quiz Show,” has died at 93.
“The Department’s new policy will direct districts to allocate additional resources and services to wealthier private-school students.”
“It can be a depressing time to be a Jew in America. Which is why I’m taking comfort in these kosher meals provided by the USDA.”
Police were investigating the attack as a possible hate crime but face the challenge of finding out when the incident actually happened.
Two participants in this year’s conference were infected in an early sign that the virus had hit American shores.
“We need our community.”
What the old Jewish radical taught me about George Floyd
It is no wonder that the grief-stricken black community is raging in anger and pain.
In the wake of the recent lynchings in the Black community, a lot of my Jewish friends are asking me “How can we help?”
Violent protests in Los Angeles tear through Jewish neighborhood
Here’s what I’ve learned by spending time with the All-of-a-Kind Family.
Think drive in movies, distanced soccer drills, and BYO picnics.
Her grandmother escaped Kiev and her parents left the USSR. That’s how she knew it was time to leave Brooklyn for good.