“‘Shtisel’ made me realize I’m a Jew.”
6-year old Tzina Schulman hosts a spoof of the Forverts program “Est Gezunterheyt.”
A selection of songs associated with the great ethnomusicologist Velvel Pasternak.
Velvel Pasternak, the publisher, scholar and nonpareil Jewish music historian primarily known for his expertise on the music of Hasidism, has died.
Learn to bake a traditional East European cheesecake for Shavuot, as well as a vegan chocolate version.
The Forverts’s new Yiddish crossword is the first of its kind.
“The dreaded day has arrived, the day on which I left Eretz Yisrael — the land where I was educated, where I lived a life of freedom and happiness.”
Joanna Lisek’s book on the dramatic history of Yiddish women poets absolutely needs to be translated into English.
That we now receive news through the internet is merely a change in technology, not a transformation in what we read or why.
“What’s she doing here?” yelled the editor-in-chief. “I go on vacation, and my entire newspaper goes to hell!”