It's hot in Jerusalem.
The kind of heat that just grips you in a big ole bear hug and doesn't let you go.
The kind of scorcher that turns a white Ashkenazi girl like me - better suited for the frigid climate of Siberia than the blazing heat of the Mediterranean - into the color of pickled ginger.
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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.