I forgot to go outside at 7 p.m. on Wednesday to clap.
What it’s like to hug and kiss grandkids after a ‘lost year’ of masking and distancing. ‘We’re going to start living,’ said one grandma.
What has become routine for those of us who officiate funerals is still painfully raw for families going through them.
“As much as we’re drenched with stylized images of sex, no one’s actually talking, having real conversations about sex.”
Some 100,000 Palestinians should be eligible.
‘Willful amnesia of the loss we face is not a reflection of resilience, it is a sign of weakness.’
Benjamin Kagan, 14, spends up to 10 hours a day helping those in need access a vaccine.
Michael Che’s joke on Saturday Night Live about how Israel had only vaccinated the “Jewish half” of its population landed with a thud on stage, but it unleashed a firestorm of criticism in its wake. Israel’s critics called the joke much needed truth-telling about the nation’s vaccine success story, which has excluded the Palestinians. Defenders of Israel said the joke was just plain wrong, if not antisemitic.
In this special edition of “Yiddish Word of the Day”, Rukhl Schaechter shares several humorous Purim-related proverbs you could use all year.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has learned from past mistakes and is seeking to improve outreach efforts to the Orthodox community in Brooklyn, two senior city officials said in a conference call with Jewish media representatives on Tuesday.