Once upon a time, before Tel Aviv filmmakers invented the Israeli thumb-sucking depressive anti-war movie filmed in a cloud of cigarettes, being a liberal in Hollywood meant being more Zionist than the Stern Gang.
When Noah Feldman, the new bete noir of Jewish life, arrives at Harvard next month for the start of classes, here’s how one Orthodox rabbi on campus will greet him: with a big hug.
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The new romantic comedy ‘Handle With Care’ turns on questions of language and miscommunication.
An intricately carved 11th-century door highlights YU exhibit exploring the daily life of medieval Jews in Egypt.
The top 18 kosher white, red and Israeli wines; the American kosher wine scene and much more.