Early reviews for season four of Amazon's transgender comedy praise plot that brings the Pfefferman family to Holy Land
Puerto Rico is the only island in the Caribbean that has Orthodox, Conservative and Reform congregations — and the latter is growing in leaps and bounds
Two New York Jews adrift in Israel seek answers through Kafka, kabbalah and the Tel Aviv Hilton in Krauss's eagerly awaited new novel, 'Forest Dark.'
During the 1970s, Graydon Carter thought, 'If you’re going to be an intellectual in New York, you've got to be Jewish'
Freedom of expression is a supreme principle in democracy and requires a media market free of political or official control. This principle is supposed to enable Channel 20 to broadcast in any field and on any issue
A genuine sense of belonging requires sacrifice, and alternatives such as the 'brit milim' (covenant of words) won’t do because they miss the essence of Judaism
The battle over Brit Milah cannot be fought on the backs of helpless infants
An exhibition of portraits that features lesser known or errant offspring in Jewish history positions the ‘Arab Jew’ as the necessary extreme of the dynasty
The two Jewish musicians post emotional responses while on tour in Berlin
The new website features the world's biggest collection of Jewish and Hebrew manuscripts and should be a treasure trove for researchers