A new book chronicles the uphill battle to limit our consumption of salt.
In ‘The Lost Shtetl,’ Max Gross uses Chelm at its best, refulgent in its own idiocy but shining a light on the mores of the current day.
The legendary goalkeeper overcame the fact that he was a captured Nazi prisoner of war to win the hearts of post-War British soccer fans.
Summer was still rewarding for the teens studying with top Hartman scholars in a pilot program for emerging Jewish leaders.
The reason for the addition of the Leap Day was that the Julian calendar, instituted by Julius Caesar, was no longer working by 46 BCE.
The Talmud has a way of dealing with the spread of misinformation. But there is a more measured and reasonable approach.
Along with pharmacies, soccer fields are one of the few venues where Arab and Jewish Israelis mix in general society.
There can be powerful, modern lessons in growing a beard for the traditional Omer period.
Along the main drag of Squirrel Hill, the shops of Forbes Avenue display a variety of signs along the theme of “Stronger Than Hate.”
Gary Shteyngart outlines his five part survival plan for Trump’s America in an in-depth conversation with Forward executive editor Dan Friedman.