At William Shakespeare’s 454th birthday, one story isn’t being told. Seth Rogovoy reveals that the legendary playwright knew a lot about Judaism.
By taking this stance, she exposes herself as at best a naïve, stumbling activist or at worst an utter hypocrite.
Turns out the idea of taxes is as old as the Torah. Seth Rogovoy traces its history from Abraham to the American Civil War.
The final sentence of the Seder — “Next year in Jerusalem” — is a lot like baseball’s ritualized consolation: “Wait till next year.”
If Cynthia Nixon is elected, she would not be New York’s first Jewish governor; she might be the first to have delivered a “D’var Torah.”
“Suddenly this East End Jewish guy is part of the Beatles’ scene. It didn’t bother anyone. I didn’t hear any anti-Semitism.”
2016 may not have been the first time when Fox News helped to legitimize a fascist would-be dictator.
There’s a lot more than corned beef to the Jewish story of St. Patrick’s Day.
Is Al Pacino one of the great Jewish actors of our time?
If you thought there was nothing Jewish about the Chinese New Year, you’d be wrong.