by Tamar Genger MA, RD
A toasted bagel with white fish salad and all the fixins.
by Margalit Romano, as told to Sarah Pachter
Margalit Romano knows firsthand that there’s no such thing as a quick fix.
As an oppressed minority, Jews have been expelled from countries throughout Europe and the Middle East. Did you know that during the Civil War, Jews were expelled from Tennessee?
by Aryeh Genger
Delving deeper into iconic Stars Wars foods.
by Dr. Joshua M. Moritz
Darwin was neither the darling of the atheist nor the villain of the theist.
There's a good reason why Hitler regarded the industrialist as his inspiration.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Six facts about the monarch’s tumultuous relationship with Jews, on the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee.
by Vered Guttman
Discover unique Jerusalem Sephardi foods.
by A Nurse Who Knows
Why you are my heroes.
by Jeff Jacoby
Toxic polarization is turning disagreements into a binary war of good vs. evil, right vs. wrong, enlightened vs. barbaric.
by Rabbi Adam Jacobs
How can a material entity be consciously aware of itself?
by Judy Gruen
Despite WWII-era fascist laws barring Jews from society, Rita Levi-Montalcini, a brilliant scientist, conducted pioneering experiments in her bedroom.
by Gila Ross
Yes, it makes me a better wife and mother, but there’s a deeper explanation for self-care.
A look at the surprising long history of the slur against “Jewish noses.”
by Chayi Hanfling
Jewish tools to help you keep sane.
by Adina Soclof, MS. CCC-SLP
Daily practices to maintain rock-solid ties with your family.
by Yariv Newman
The exhilarating movie has something to say about the high-stakes combat we all face in life.
by Larry Domnitch
One of the largest single expulsions of Jews since Roman times occurred in May, 1915.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
What would a world without Torah look like?
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Kindness goes in both directions.
by Rabbi Pinchas Landis
Why did so many non-Jews, even from the ranks of the Roman elite like Queen Helena and Nero, convert to Judaism?
by Rabbi Menachem Levine
If you want to encounter God, you need to experience silence.
by Rachel Bergman
Even with the answered prayers, it’s messy and wonderful and exciting and boring. It’s life – with all the ups and downs and unceasing challenges.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
The inspiring reason behind the army's salute.
Israel’s capital has always been home to diverse Jewish communities.
by Micah Siva
The history of blintzes and how to make them yourself.
by Daniella Guterman
It’s not for the faint-hearted, but our home showcases the love and laughter that thrives under our roof, and reflects our desire to nurture our children’s creative spirits.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
They do not merit fame – only infamy.
by Rabbi Akiva Males
My Memorial Day memories are shaped by a proud Jewish combat veteran who cared deeply about others.
by Phyllis Glazer
How to make traditional Jewish cheese blintzes.
by Ari Blaff
Maybe we don’t have to travel so far afield to find balance and mindfulness.
An ancient Jewish community that survived all odds and came home.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
There’s a reason you find yourself craving cheesecake the beginning of every summer.
by Ali Begoun
What I learned from being honest about my struggle with alcohol.
by Miriam Kosman
Judaism, Shabbat and the feminine mystique.
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy
How much of your decision-making are you actually responsible for? When it comes to making a choice, how much of it is actually in our hands?
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller and aish.com
Everything you need to know about Israel’s capital.
A recipe in tribute to Nonna Betty.
Who was Haj Amin Al Husseini and what role did he play in the Holocaust?
by Dr. Henry Abramson
This fascinating Hebrew letter from 630 BCE is the earliest documented example of how average Jews incorporated Judaism’s laws into their everyday lives.
Four remarkable stories that some Muslims don’t want to be publicized.
by Dr. Michael Tobin
Get rid of the illusions and let your marriage soar.
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
We can thank members of the tribe for many wacky, wonderful, important, life-changing inventions of the past 120 years.
Is change a fundamental feature of existence that is always occurring or is it simply an illusion?
by Rabbi Asher Resnick
My grappling with God in the aftermath of my daughter’s sickness and subsequent passing at age 14.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
Is reality determined only by that which can be measured and quantified, or is there an aspect of reality that transcends measurement?
by ChrisAnn Allen
11 Israeli barbecue recipes just in time for Memorial Day.
Julius Meyer spoke six Native American languages in 19th century Nebraska.
by Ambassador Dror Eydar
A travel diary by Israel's ambassador to Italy.
How the oldest, most complete and most accurate text of the Hebrew Bible founds its way back to Jerusalem.
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