While we mourn the lives lost in the Parkland shooting, art remains a balm and an opportunity to evaluate complicated social and political issues.
It was the second time I noticed a news story about a fatal crash of a church group that I had the uneasy feeling there was a pattern.
Samuel Woodward, an avowed neo-Nazi, is charged with murdering high school classmate Blaze Bernstein, who is Jewish.
“The Jewish Journal as a news organ has ceased to exist. It no longer reflects our mission statement: to connect, inform and inspire.”
Is it possible to know how you will act when thrust into an existentialist crisis? When my son Blaze Bernstein was murdered, I found out.
On Thursday night, Supreme Court Justice and pop culture icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg will speak with Forward editor-in-chief Jane Eisner.
Seeing the Pentagon film of the UFO, my response was a metaphysical skip of my heart, akin to what Abraham Joshua Heschel calls “radical amazement.”
I attended Harvard, married an old-school WASP — yet I somehow understand a group of Jewish strangers much better than I ever did him.
Samuel Woodward, the high school classmate suspected of murdering Blaze Bernstein was a trained member of a small, violent American neo-Nazi group.
The high school classmate suspected of murdering Blaze Bernstein reportedly recreated a famed neo-Nazi attack from the big screen on social media.