Lin-Manuel Miranda traveled a long journey to Broadway's most successful production, even singing 'To Life!' at his wedding.
Culture & Life
A list of Holocaust movies sometimes forgotten, but always worth a watch.
Poem of the Week
Scholars agree that this rueful sonnet is addressed to a young man, possibly an earl.
An early 20th century poem by Kadish Yehuda Silman, a Hebrew-language pioneer, tells the story of Moses in the ark.
Millions of years hence, we'll look to them like dinosaurs look to us, Irit Katz imagines.
Zohar Atkins: There he sat in a tiny room, unable and unwilling to move, until Gabriel came and said, 'I know you are afraid'
'There’s something else going on here' - Poet, playwright and librettist Israel Eliraz died last week. His translator pays tribute.
Israel's absence from the internationally renowned guide's index of countries have become especially curious after years of acclaim for the country's eclectic and adventurous food culture.
With flowers in bloom and summer in sight, JTA lists 10 Jewish books to read this season.
Weekly wine tastings in Tel Aviv offer free-spirited wines made by free-spirited people.