“Dating And New York,” the most straightforwardly-titled film to hit theaters this fall, is supposed to take place over a number of months. But you wouldn’t be able to tell, because nearly every scene in this rom-com takes place in peak leaf-peeping season.
Flooding from the remnants of Hurricane Ida left Rabbi Shmuel David Weissmandl trapped in his car.
The Great Bagel Off judged which coast has better bagels, East or West
Conspiracy theorist Richard Gage, who has entertained antisemitic conspiracy theories, appears in the fourth episode of Lee’s HBO series.
Kaminsky, a Democrat from NY, describes himself as a leader in combating antisemitism, advancing the U.S.-Israel relationship and fighting corruption.
An unlikely mastermind is behind several beloved Hanukkah songs: folk music icon Woody Guthrie.
Malcolm’s work was unflinching — even when looking at its own craft.
We are officially in Pride Month, and this year, with the return of some in-person events, it feels particularly festive.
Jewbelong has kicked off a campaign against antisemitism that aims to persuade with cheeky ads and social media messaging.
“I call him leftist Lassie.”