December 10, 2018

Danielle Berrin

Whatever your politics, the violence that unfolded last week on the border between Israel and Gaza should provoke a collective...
In 2007, while working on a Jewish-themed photography project in India, New York-based photographer Chrystie Sherman decided to travel...
In 2009, Rabba Sara Hurwitz made history when she became the first Orthodox woman to earn public ordination at the Hebrew Institute...
Whenever I go on a tear about how much I love Israel, my Israeli best friend rolls his eyes and says, “You should live here.”
Steamy lesbian sex. That explains part of the buzz behind the new film “Disobedience,” in which Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams play...
When the Genesis Prize Foundation announced last November that the Israeli-born actress Natalie Portman would be the recipient of this...
Last week, I was kicked out of a Jewish museum in Granada, Spain. I wish I were being funny or ironic, but this unfortunate...
If you had asked me as a child what I’d always remember from Jewish Day School, I doubt I would have counted Larry Milder’s song...
Let’s give Mark Zuckerberg the benefit of the doubt and assume that when he created Facebook, he intended to contribute to the...
David Light, 44, is a Los Angeles-based comedy writer whose first produced feature — Disney Channel’s “Zombies” — premiered last month...
“I get through every day by focusing totally on my work, to the point of distraction. And especially when milestones come up...
Francine Klagsbrun is a prolific author and columnist who has written more than a dozen books on topics ranging from Shabbat to marriage.
At a recent Shabbat dinner, my host launched into a diatribe over a “two-page story” in The New York Times which allegedly argues that...
As a 22-year-old helicopter pilot in Israel’s air force, Eran Pick went to Germany for his annual simulation test, where he discovered...
Hillel Neuer considers it a badge of honor that he is a “feared and dreaded” figure at the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC), as the...
It’s a good thing Jews don’t celebrate Christmas, because this last one would have been thoroughly spoiled. ’Twas the night before said holiday when...
Jason Youdeem doesn’t sell himself very well, citing, you know, “a typical Persian story”: that of a first-generation American whose...
It’s been almost a year since I drove to the Los Angeles Gun Club and shot a gun for the first time. I remember how I trembled at the awesome power of...
When she became a physician, Hadar Waldman expected to improve the quality of people’s lives — but she never expected religion to be part of that equation.
On a family trip to Mexico City last week, we decided to spend Shabbat doing one of the most unrestful activities I can think of — we hiked up a pyramid.
With a French father and Lebanese mother, “Fauda” star Laëtitia Eïdo attributes her versatility as an actress to her mixed ethnicity,
“I don’t vote.” That was Politico senior writer Jake Sherman’s answer to a question I asked during a panel on politics at...
There is great excitement among feminists in America that our culture finally is heeding the voices of women. Over the last several weeks,
I used to consider it a badge of honor that Harvey Weinstein once threatened me. By some twisted Hollywood calculus, it sort of meant you had made it.
In the middle of a Sukkot dinner last week, a guest’s wandering dog got a little lost. When my host, Elon Gold, squeezed through a sukkah side exit...
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