By Noam Weissman
Jewish educators need to embrace distance learning. That starts with mourning what’s lost.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we must all learn how to manage transition. With COVID-19 precautions in place in schools across the nation, we are all experiencing unprecedented change. For many families, this is a difficult time; parents, teachers, and students alike are struggling to adapt to the new reality. But…
Hanukkah’s Lesson? The Israel-Diaspora Divide Is Central To Our Tradition
Hannukah may be ranked as a minor holiday by rabbinic tradition, but it’s anything but minor to American and Israeli Jews. A survey from 2018 found that two-thirds of American Jews view Hanukkah as “one of the three most important holidays.” 60% of American Jews light candles each night, as do 73% of Israeli Jews….
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I want Judd Hirsch to win an Oscar — but not like this
‘Saturday Night Live’ mocks George Santos’ Jewish claims
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ירושלימער אויסשטעלונג: סאָוועטיש־ייִדישער קינסטלער תּנחום קאַפּלאַנס רושמדיקע בילדער פֿון ייִדישן לעבןJerusalem exhibit: Soviet-Jewish artist Anatoli Kaplan’s striking depictions of Jewish life
קאַפּלאַנס בילדער באַגלייטן די גרויסע ייִדישע ראָמאַנען „פֿישקע דער קרומער“, „סטעמפּעניו“ און „דער פֿאַרכּישופֿטער שנײַדער“.
Former Israeli cop on ‘former officers’ in Memphis and the failure of police reform
In Jerusalem neighborhoods bound together by terror, anger and trepidation about what comes next
Pop artist paints ‘Simpsons’ characters as Holocaust victims outside Milan Holocaust memorial