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The Community Table

Food
Cookbook Review

The Community Table

by Libby Barnea

This delightful new cookbook from JCC Manhattan focuses on global, healthful, fresh and delicious cuisine—a little bit of everything plus some comforting Jewish classics. A...

Eating Delancey: A Celebration of Jewish Food

Books
Non-fiction
Food
Small Bite

Eating Delancey: A Celebration of Jewish Food

by Zelda Shluker

From Ratner's cheese blintzes and Charlotte Rousses to rugelach, egg creams and mandelbrot, sit back and enjoy everyone's favorite memories (and food!) from the Lower...

Footsteps

Hadassah
President's Column

Footsteps

by Marcie Natan

Hadassah’s primary mission has always been in Israel. But if our eyes have always been on Jerusalem, our headquarters have been in New York, the...

Mimi Sheraton

Food
Personality

Mimi Sheraton

by Adeena Sussman

The legendary food critic and writer is out with her encyclopedic '1,000 Foods To Eat Before You Die,' her latest must-read culinary tour de force....

Leonard Cohen's Mystical Midrash

Arts
Music
Personality

Leonard Cohen's Mystical Midrash

by Seth Rogovoy

The Montreal-born singer-poet—who turned 80 last year—recently released his most successful album to date and shows no signs of stopping....

A Mentch in Rome

Being Jewish
Commentary

A Mentch in Rome

by Jay Michaelson

If you took a poll today asking American Jews to name their favorite religious leader, the answer might well be Pope Francis....

Newark

The Jewish Traveler

Newark

by Helen Lippman

New Jersey's largest city is in the middle of a cultural renaissance, with revitalization money and resources focused on this important Jewish historical spot....

Sarona's Hip Present, Dark Past

Israeli Scene
Life + Style

Sarona's Hip Present, Dark Past

by Leora Eren Frucht

Sarona, the 150-year-old Templer village and former British Army headquarters, is now Tel Aviv's newest lifestyle hub....

The Enemy

Being Jewish
Feature

The Enemy

by David W. Weiss

A guesthouse in an Albanian village offered the tourists a comfortable place to rest. But it also sparked a meditation on a very personal and...

Tech-Travel Tools Translate Culture

The Jewish Traveler
Wanderings

Tech-Travel Tools Translate Culture

by Adeena Sussman

World Jewish Heritage, which aims to combine the resourcefulness of Tripadvisor with the importance of Unesco, will be a continually updated hub for Jewish cultural...

Weight Loss According to the Ancients

Health + Medicine
Quick Scan

Weight Loss According to the Ancients

by Zelda Shluker

Writer David Zulberg turns to ancient physicians like Maimonides for weight loss advice....

Value My (Jewish) Stuff

Gifts + Judaica
Trend Watch

Value My (Jewish) Stuff

by Randi O'Connor

An online appraisal site is now offering expert valuations of your treasured Judaica and other works of Jewish-themed art, from menoras to kitsch....

Tile Tips from Mavens

American View
Life + Style

Tile Tips from Mavens

by Rachel Schwartzberg

Mah Jongg is beloved by generations of American Jewish women. A new mentoring website will help you up your game to the next level....

Israel's Latest Population Figures

Israeli Scene
News + Politics

Israel's Latest Population Figures

by Libby Barnea

Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics has released population data for 2014....

Lost and Found

Arts
Feature

Lost and Found

by Cathryn J. Prince

Elizabeth Rynecki has dedicated her life to tracking down her great-grandfather's artwork....

Group Hug

Being Jewish
Feature
Family

Group Hug

by Rahel Musleah

Communities across the United States are devising different means of helping people find their place in their synagogue....

Empowering the Liver's Shock Troops

Health + Medicine
Feature

Empowering the Liver's Shock Troops

by Wendy Elliman

Immune modulation of the liver, a field that rapidly went global, was born in the early 2000s, when Dr. Rifaat Safadi, an Arab-Israeli gastroenterologist from...

Prayers for the Living

Books
Fiction

Prayers for the Living

by Sanford Pinsker

Alan Cheuse is a particularly articulate voice, good at casting a cold eye on the hot-button problems of Jewish life....

Dinner with Stalin and Other Stories

Books
Fiction

Dinner with Stalin and Other Stories

by Penny Schwartz

From Moscow and Paris to Cape Cod and Providence, readers are transported into a literary world rich in magic, intrigue, humor and pathos—and Stalin....

The Collaboration: Hollywood's Pact with Hitler

Books
Non-fiction

The Collaboration: Hollywood's Pact with Hitler

by Jack Fischel

The Nazis dictated the terms of every American film screened in Germany—even after World War II broke out....