Low on bread but high on passion: Malkiel Lusternik imagines pioneering life in pre-state Israel.
Poem of the Week
Houses were marked, people disappeared, the monsters smiled politely: Tuvia Ruebner delineates an ominous atmosphere – everywhere.
Raised in a post-World War II American Jewish family, Hal Sirowitz contemplates alternatives to the situation.
The noble Haim Gouri, above all a poet: He refused a prize for Zionist art because his latest work does not fit that definition.
For Yakir Ben-Moshe, a two-year old needn't walk down more roads because he is already a man -- and the human condition is terrifying
Jacob Oryah, a religious vintner, challenged the notion that wine touched by a secular person cannot be kosher – and was promptly punished for it. But he persevered to make what has been described as Israel's tastiest and most thought-provoking wine.
Forty years on, 'Operation Thunderbolt,' an authoritative account of the rescue of 102 hostages from a hijacked plane – warts and all – has finally come to light.
Who needs the little gold statue? Nominees in the main categories will receive an extravagant gift basket valued at $200,000.