Andrew Marcus, the organizer of New York’s Greek Jewish Festival, dishes to Jonathan Katz about why he started this annual tradition.
Let’s be frank: Being Jewish does not protect you from getting STDs.
Arugula was recommended as an ideal vegetable to act as karpas – the bitter green – at the Passover Seder by Amram Ga’on, the ninth-century rabbi and Talmudic genius.
Though this salad is a modern creation, it uses several ingredients that were common in ancient and medieval Jewish cuisine.
From the University of Chicago AEPi scandal, to ‘Bernie Bros,’ to Seth Rogen and James Deen, bros seem to be coming up a lot in the Jewish media. Jonathan Katz wants to know why.
When Jonathan Katz’s subway study revealed the ‘F’ to be the most Jewish train, critics accused him of failing to count the more ‘authentic’ Jewish population. What did they mean, exactly?
When Jonathan Katz overheard two New Yorkers arguing over which subway line is ‘the most Jewish of all,’ he couldn’t get the question out of his head. The answer shocked him.
A new Israeli children’s book tells the real-life story of two Gaza cats ‘rescued’ by an IDF soldier during last summer’s war. Is it using kitty cuteness to distract from the loss of human life?
Israel is reeling from a violent attack on its LGBT population — an attack that Jonathan Katz says will change the conversation around ‘pinkwashing’ for good.
In the Israeli tradition of posting public death notices, activists are plastering Tel Aviv with posters mourning Jewish teenager Shira Banki and Palestinian toddler Ali Saad Dawabshe.