Watching a Hebrew play from 1981 performed in Yiddish may not be the most bizarre thing I’ve done for the Forward, but it was surprisingly important.
3.2 billion people watched the 2014 World Cup. And three Israelis have plumbed this compulsion with their oddball lo-fi project — “Kaduregel Shefel.”
The story of Mohammed Al Samawi is a tale of incredible liberation.
What if, when serially confronted with his and his party’s racism, a major western leader failed to apologize or lead his party away from it?
The Indian publisher whose book of “Leaders” includes Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler has been widely criticized.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t feel like a day of love. More like a day of being bludgeoned by a papier-mache statue of your smuggest happy-couple friends.
Samuel Woodward, the high school classmate suspected of murdering Blaze Bernstein was a trained member of a small, violent American neo-Nazi group.
What do George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg, Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Wosner and the Amish agree on? That the internet is a danger to society.
In the days before storms were given hipster names and the meteorologists were dropping bomb cyclones on it, the East Coast used to look back with dread at the storm of ’88.
Theda Bara, a Jewish tailor’s daughter from Ohio, became Hollywood’s first “vamp” despite having “a bulbous nose, an overbite and a definite squint.”