By Caila Litman
In Brooklyn, a Jewish Troubadour Is Born
It’s the golden hour in Brooklyn and somewhere, deep at the edge of Red Hook, a folk musician is toying with his track. Richard Aufrichtig bobs back and forth before a mic in his band’s dimly lit rehearsal space strumming on an electric guitar. He and his bandmates are a silhouette at dusk and they’re…
7 Divas Who Could Be the Jewish Beyonce
Who puts the Oy in Beyonce? Do the Chosen People have a twenty-time Grammy award winning, multi-platinum, superstar getting in Formation on the bimah? In the annals of history, has there ever been a celebrity that compares to Mrs. Carter but goes by something more like Mrs. Greenberg? A few contenders come to mind. 1)…
What’s a Jewboo? Broad City’ Writer Dishes on her Cross-Cultural Romance
One sticky night last June, my girlfriends and I met up on the warehouse-lined streets of Bushwick to see a comedy show. That evening, Naomi Ekperigin took to the stage and proceeded to . A writer on Broad City and Difficult People, her hysterical worldview permeates some of the hottest shows on television. In her…
Admit it, American Jewish establishment: Peter Beinart was right
How one Black and Jewish family keeps rewriting the Haggadah to reflect their history — and dreams
Robert Kraft will spend $25 million running ads against antisemitism. Is this the right way to protect Jews?
Are Israeli generals more left-wing than their own government?
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