Shabbat will be welcomed at Congregation Rodeph Sholom this weekend with an unusual Middle Eastern beat.
A Lebanese-born physicist and an engineer from a university in the West Bank settlement of Ariel probably don’t agree on much.
The Academy of Jewish Religion, a pluralistic seminary, dedicated a new, 8,500-square foot teaching, library and administrative building on Jan. 27. It's proof, the academy says, that it's growing, and that pluralism is catching on.
The planned March 10 contested election pitting incumbent Orthodox Union president Simcha Katz against former president Harvey Blitz is not to be.
Don’t expect any tired stereotypes of Jewish mothers in “The Purim Superhero,” a children’s picture book just out from Kar-Ben Publishers.
Here are your choices for halftime entertainment during the Super Bowl on Sunday evening: Beyoncé or Charlie Harary, C.B. Neugroschl and Rabbi Kenneth Brander.
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N.Y. Festival of Song program looks at relationship between Jewish composers and holiday classics.
Joshua Safran’s coming-of-age memoir suggests a dark side to the ’60s-era vision of utopia.
Connection to Yiddish culture not seen as robust enough in new production.
The top 18 kosher white, red and Israeli wines; the American kosher wine scene and much more.