Print media around the U.S. is in deep decline, but a small, free biweekly north of Boston is thriving. What’s their secret?
Noor Inayat Khan, a young Sufi woman who became a British secret agent in WWII, is the subject of a haunting new book.
With diplomatic efforts stalled, a bipartisan “Plan B” is emerging in Washington. But Israel may well believe it’s too little, too late for dialogue.
A new group is urging mainstream Jewish organizations not to sacrifice communal interests to placate progressive activists.
In an interview, and with his new book on comic greats of the last half century, the former yeshiva student expounds on the world of comedy.
The General Assembly (GA) of the Federation movement has changed dramatically over the decades. Once a five-day affair, this year’s program was 90 minu…
Last-place club demands recount of season's scores; playoffs delayed.
Recalling a magical moment of celebration when the 7th game of the World Series fell on Simchat Torah.
My misadventures over the years in preparing for Sukkot have been offset by the beauty of the holiday itself.
My concern for an embattled Israel during the Second Intifada clouded my perspective on that awful day.
And a message of hope for the new year.
In the pursuit of personal freedom, too many of our fellow Americans are threatening our common future.