In her memoir, “Dwell Time,” Rosa Lowinger entwines the details of conserving historic buildings and works of art with her family’s double exile as Jews from Eastern Europe in the 1920s and then Cuba in early 1961.
Jewish teachings give us plenty of guidance on how to treat animals.
An interview with Amanda Stern, author of the book “You are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah,” on which the new film by Adam Sandler is based.
A review of Jarrod Tanny’s new book “The Seinfeld Talmud: A Jewish Guide to a Show about Nothing.”
Rabbi Dorff is goodness personified, a model of everything he teaches, and an accomplished scholar with an abiding commitment to academic rigor and intellectual honesty in pursuit of truth.
While the “Jewish Space Laser” theory has been a source of humor for many in the Jewish community, Rothschild warns against taking it lightly.
Segal, 95, based the stories on her own lunches with friends, which would always turn into four o’clock tea and a drink at five.
“The Postcard” is about ordinary people, Jews, who were forced to move from place to place, but never managed to outrun the antisemitism that ultimately led to their demise.
“1, 2, 3, Nosh with Me,” by spouses Micah and Joshua Siva, is a beautiful resource for families who want to celebrate Jewish food, while educating their young children.
Ben Bastomski’s memoir, “As Figs in Autumn,” turns a personal sacrifice into a chronicle of character, friendship, community and common purpose.