Somewhere between Dr. Phil and Oprah Winfrey, Shmuley Boteach will stake his claim to TV talk show stardom. Alexandra Levine checks in with the rabbi as he nears the debut of ‘Divine Intervention.’
If City Councilman David Greenfield has his way, New York City’s religious and nonreligious private schools may have armed guards out front come the fall, funded by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
When she was 19, Alexandra Levine experienced the tragedy of seeing her friend killed by a drunk driver. Six years later, she still relives the horror and still wonders why anyone thought a rabbi could help her.
Filmmaker Aviva Kempner turns her lens on Julius Rosenwald. Is the civil rights pioneer one of the Jewish world’s greatest philanthropists?
When she was 10 years old, Eva Kor and her twin sister — along with 1,500 other sets of twins — were test subjects of the infamous Nazi doctor at Auschwitz. And they’re still looking for answers.
Faigy Mayer was brave enough to leave the Hasidic world and build the facade of a normal life. What does her inner torment and suicide tell those who have traveled the same path — and the rest of us?
In anticipation of the release of ‘Go Set a Watchman,’ Harper Lee’s sequel to ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ Alexandra Levine went back to the beloved original novel and found some surprising lessons there.
The media was partly to blame for Amy Winehouse’s spectacular rise and tragic fall. A new documentary about the singer/songwriter forces us to face some uncomfortable questions.
American churches and mosques are struggling to balance welcome and wariness following the Charleston shooting. Jews, it turns out, are different.
More than 50 locations worldwide have formally banned selfie sticks — though not Auschwitz. But maybe these so-called ‘narcissticks’ aren’t such a bad thing.