From sponge cake to the long prayer service, Yiddish has plenty to say about the Jewish new year
Two timeless delicacies — both traditional Rosh Hashanah sweets — are presented step by step with recipes and a video.
Despite the anti-Semitism of certain composers, we do our children a disservice by deleting these masterpieces out of our cultural memory.
The uncertainty and anxiety that the Israelites endured every day seems very familiar to us these days.
When you can‘t be with your grandchildren, you need something besides Zoom sessions to lift your sadness.
The Facebook Live event will include performances by Lorin Sklamberg, Shura Lipovsky and other stars of the Yiddish and klezmer world.
This is probably the first time the ministry has issued an announcement in Yiddish, a language which isn’t even available on its website.
Also known as the “poor man’s caviar”, it makes a great spread on challah.
Chaim can only move his eyes. But he has finished the Daf Yomi - the daily study cycle of Talmud.
If parents want their children to express their fears, they need to change the way they talk about tragedies in general.