Zubin Mehta has been the musical leader of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra for four decades.
In spite of the fact that her grandmother was Hungarian, food editor Liza Schoenfein didn’t have a go-to paprikash recipe — until now.
JCC Manhattan’s ‘The Community Table’ cookbook is a great source for fresh takes on traditional Jewish dishes.
The two dined at Char Bar, opened by the owners of the now-defunct Eli’s Kosher Deli.
As 2018 begins, one rabbi offers a partial vision for the progress Jewish women should envision in the year ahead.
“I want to challenge the perception of what Jews and Israelis can do in sports.”
The following Talmudic tips will help you to respond to criticism in real life and online alike.
Instead of society responding with humiliation, we have to instill the ethic that to truly be human is to feel shame and it’s a shame not to be human.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s series of statements over the last few days cannot be dismissed.
The Jew-less, joy-less “Modern Family” may soon reach its merciful demise.
Samuel Woodward was charged with murder Wednesday in the killing of California college student Blaze Bernstein.
The exhibition presents 366 vintage black and white news photographs, one for each day of that year.
However, Lebanon decided to censor the film “Jungle,” starring Daniel Radcliffe as an Israeli adventurer.
Bill Goldberg became a fan favorite for his efficiency and ruthless signature move, the jackhammer.
The former Auschwitz guard may still appeal for clemency once more.
Toni Snow, of “Texas Flip N Move,” used the word Jew as a verb.
“You’re not a real Jew,” people would tell me.
Dan Markel was a respected legal academic who wrote about crime and punishment — until he became a victim when he was murdered in his garage.
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