The documentary “Common Goal” chronicles the promise and aggravation of Israel’s soccer team, whose fortunes have mirrored that of Israel itself.
I challenge you to see Nicholas Bruckman’s new movie about Ady Barkan and not cry.
Chaim Litvin’s family started out in the kosher certification business. But now his picture is the one appears on the bourbon label.
The cookbook writer and food journalist’s latest book, ‘Animal, Vegetable, Junk,” calls human food habits “suicidal.”
Misogyny is a terrorist ideology that is every bit as dangerous and far more pervasive than far-right extremism.
Comic David Baddiel takes bigots to task in ‘Jews Don’t Count.’
There is no federal Presidents Day holiday, but Dan Friedman explains why he hates it anyway.
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.