Bordering on the Jewish quarter of Amsterdam, municipal archaeologist says the slum was inhabited by hundreds of people living in squalor and extremely crowded conditions.
What does it feel like to live away from Israel but still write in Hebrew? Does it change the writer or their use of the language? Six Israeli authors tell all.
I find myself wondering what guidance the Jewish tradition would have for selecting our next leader. Just in time for Passover, I have found an answer.
Asufa, a Jaffa-based design store, has published a Hebrew-English Haggadah that will hopefully keep seder guests from talking politics at the table.
U.S. president is being asked to share the new episodes of the much-awaited series with his fellow nationals under the Freedom of Information Act.
The NYC Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committee brought together 100 people at the Mid-Manhattan Mosque to celebrate a pre-Passover seder.
When I first heard of the phone number that connects random foreigners with random Swedes, I thought it was a useless gimmick. But then I realized it was a great tool for connecting people in dialogue and breaking down stereotypes.
Latest episode of the Comedy Central show enters a satirical world of modern Jewish anxiety that is at turns so exaggerated and so spot-on it’s hard to keep from squirming while laughing.
There are great Passover recipes everywhere. Here's how to pull them together into a seder menu that will please all.
Professor Dov Waxman argues that American Jewish disagreement about Israel 'reflects broader shifts in the American Jewish community' in his new book, 'Trouble in the Tribe.'