Archives for October 2019
Jodi Kantor on What’s Changed Since Her Harvey Weinstein Story
The reporting by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey about Weinstein helped transform #MeToo into a global movement. Now, the pair is out with the book "She Said."
Jewish Leader Says Police Failed to Protect Halle Synagogue
Josef Schuster said that it is “scandalous that the synagogue in Halle was not protected by the police on a holiday like Yom Kippur.”
Report: 7.5 Million Older, Whiter, Mostly Liberal Jews in America
The study is based on data collected from approximately 150 independent surveys that sampled about 234,000 adults, including 5,300 Jews.
Apricot Sweet Cheese Danishes for a Delicious Break Fast
Store-bought puff pastry results in danishes that are flaky and foolproof every time. Plus, they freeze beautifully.
Discovery of Golda Meir Letter to Bereaved Families in 1973
In the years following the establishment of Israel, it was customary for the prime minister to send a letter for holidays and official occasions.
Amy Rosen’s ‘Kosher Style’ Is a Loving Throwback to Deli Classics
Throwback favorites like kasha, sweet and sour meatballs, chopped liver and brisket get gentle rewrites in this new recipe collection.