20 years after Columbine, we return to the words of Dylan Klebold’s mother Susan who reflects upon depression and religion’s role in her son’s life
Purim is a holiday for sweets, but Passover is a holiday for actual candy.3
Earlier this year, the Forverts asked readers to submit anecdotes and photos of their favorite heirlooms.
Donald Trump tossed Starburst at Angela Merkel. But who knew about the candies secret Jewish history?
“Since there are no domesticated moose, securing a kosher roast would first require finding a rabbi prepared to tackle a 1200-pound wild animal.”
Roth’s chronicle of his generation is as insightful as that which Moykher-Sforim, Aleichem and Peretz dedicated to the Jews of the Pale of Settlement.
Americans’ love of the “sausage dog” doesn’t come close to how revered they are in their native Bavaria.
“The desire to keep the volley in the air — to keep playing and bring along everyone else — those are deeply embedded in Jewish tradition.”
A consortium of local radio stations have banded together to revive beloved local news organizations Gothamist and DNAInfo.
For decades, Ariana kept Renia’s diary to herself, until her daughter urged her to make it public.
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