“Yehi zichra mahapecha” — may her memory be a revolution.
Her first night at the opera was in 1944 at age 11, when she attended a one-hour children’s version of Ponchielli’s “La Gioconda.”
Karyn Kedar: Don’t try to control the mystery; find the beauty in it.
Not unlike 2020, a man in 1975 might have to make do with High Holidays that just don’t quite feel like the real deal.
Pocahantas, Cinderella, Rapunzel and Snow White grew up without mothers. What does that tell us about their stories and their creators?
The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reached Jews right as many were preparing for the start of our holiest season. Jews made noise anyway.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her own words: highlights from the Forward’s 2018 interview
The Jewish way to mourn Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Highlights from The Forward’s coverage of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
This is not the first time that Kushner has allegedly received dispensation to work on Shabbat.
Anton’s post has been shared on 4chan on threads that encourage users to “purge communist Jews.”
Lawyers for the families of victims have asked for a postponement for the Sept. 28 hearing.
“It’s very important that they get the sense that they’re part of a tribe, a community, a group of people to whom they belong.”
Why a defining moment of HBO’s “I May Destroy You” was scored by a synagogue choir
This Rosh Hashanah, let’s build our generation’s story.
Holocaust education works, especially when it involves survivor testimony. Fear-mongering headlines, on the other hand, do not.
The inescapable truth is that we are a bitterly divided community and will remain so for quite some time, possibly for good.
“I feel like Christian tradition has got to own all the spreading of message, and we had to hide because we got killed for it.”