One of America’s greatest poets and one of our greatest avant-garde artists make for strange bedfellows.
Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă announced Sunday that her country will move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Our social diarist went clubbing and protesting, back to back.
Do we ignore Jewish poverty because it challenges our image as a ‘model minority’?
The groups expressing outrage at allegations of sexual harassment by the Jewish philanthropist were not beneficiaries of his largess.
If you’re looking for a reason that Meyerbeer’s opera “Dinorah” hasn’t been performed in the U.S. since 1925, you have to reckon with is the goat.
The synagogue’s rabbi said that it was one of the holiest moments the synagogue has had.
Jews showed up for Muslims, made sports history, protected survivors, and defended the environment.
I implore Democrats to show up at AIPAC and to take a stand. They must defend Israel by defending democracy.
“No, I wouldn’t even know about that,” said on Fox in response to a question about the tweet.
If you know about Rahel Varnhagen, it’s probably because of Hannah Arendt.
Brown has become the first Ivy League university where students passed a BDS referendum.
It wasn’t a Purim joke, though it may have sounded like one.
Forward.com provides a chronological guide to the Forverts coverage of the Triangle fire, and links to the stories.
Forward archivist Chana Pollack uncovered and translated stories written 20-plus years later, memorializing the tragedy and the victims.
Mochi latkes, chicken soup with gyoza kreplach, brisket made with tonkatsu sauce…mhm….
No candidates attended in 2015 or 2011 either. Whether Democrats choose to skip the event next year will be really instructive.
Don’t look now, but Amy Schumer is treating a marginalized group with total respect.