At a local synagogue he was called “the man with the Golden Hands” because he created elaborate pieces of scenery for the plays they put on.The…
Over 1000 people logged in for Bess Soffer’s Zoom funeral. Her children knew she was beloved, but even they were surprised by the turnout. “I k…
Andie Bond can almost see the one-time bastion of the American neo-Nazi movement from her house.
Max and Mina’s flavors tend to change with the seasons, the Jewish holidays and the Becker brothers’ moods.
“There’s a lot of anxiety in our country right now, and so people are looking to our tradition for meaning,” Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld said.
Suzanne Tauber smoked her last cigarette on the day her daughter told her she was pregnant. After hearing the news that she was going to be a grand…
Odessa has a unique character, which emerges from its Jewish cuisine, a new cookbook shows.
It’s not just about the grade of brisket — the cut is important, too.
Mochi latkes, chicken soup with gyoza kreplach, brisket made with tonkatsu sauce…mhm….
Martha Rosler’s “Semiotics of the Kitchen” made a lot of men angry in 1975. To Rosler, not a lot has changed.