Despite COVID-19, swiping proceeds without interruption.
“You can do kiddush with a styrofoam cup and you’re still Jewish.”
As Hitler came to power in Germany, Stein wrote an impassioned letter to Pope Pius XI, urging him to take a stand against the Nazis.
If Miriam Spira-Luria were alive today, she’d be a public intellectual and a prominent voice on Jewish Twitter.
“After rain comes sunshine,” she said.
This is my evening routine in the era of coronavirus: around dinner time, I descend the staircase that connects my childhood bedroom, where I’ve spent most of the day, to the kitchen below. From the bottom, I can just see the table where my parents are preparing to sit down.
Lather up, stock up and enjoy the visual of Max Brooks’ zombie-hunting biceps from the safety of your home.
Following the lead of cities in Italy, France, and Spain, New York will limit restaurants to takeout and delivery starting on March 17.
On Friday, pop-up volunteers chatted with people passing by and gave out individually-wrapped rugelach.
Ethan Herschenfeld tells us what to expect on March 16 in the long-awaited ‘Plot Against America’.