Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett and several renowned chefs will discuss how Jewish and Polish culinary traditions intersect.
A quick decision to jump from a train saved her life. Later, as a nurse in the forest among the partisans, she would help save others.
Not unlike 2020, a man in 1975 might have to make do with High Holidays that just don’t quite feel like the real deal.
A young man in 1906 struggles with that soap opera staple - the love triangle.
In 1930 and today, working parents have struggled to balance childcare and housework with professional obligations.
Two sisters aired their family dramas in the pages of the Forverts in 1922.
The panelists described their path to Yiddish humor and wondered if young Jews would continue the tradition during a zoominar.
Leading Yiddish singers and songwriters spoke about their work and its relevance in our troubled times.
Users can promptly check if an answer is correct, which makes it ideal for people who aren’t fluent in the language.
Daniel Kahn’s translation truly resonates these days.