08/13/2013 | | Staff Writer | Lens

With one religion’s holiday season about to start in Israel in a few weeks, another’s ended last week.

08/06/2013 | | Associate Editor | Lens

He died serving in a conflict few Americans now remember. And for years, his damaged tombstone was hidden under a thick forest of weeds in a long-neglected Jewish cemetery in Queens, his bronze Marine plaque stolen by vandals.

07/30/2013 | | Staff Writer | Lens

It was two weeks of medals and memories, familiar athletic events and new connections to Jewish tradition.

07/16/2013 | | Staff Writer | Lens

New in Tel Aviv: a chance to check out books instead of bods.

07/09/2013 | | Staff Writer | Lens

Seventy-five years ago Kurt Stern was among some 10,000 youngsters who came alone to England, from Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia, as part of the Kindertransport rescue mission that brought the children, mostly Jews, to homes of families, mostly non-Jews, in the United Kingdom.