Raising a Jewish Cat at Hanukkah Time
Meet Sunshine, the slightly OCD and entirely lovable feline princess who can't wait for Hanukkah.
Zionism…Did You Know? Museum Edition!
Test your knowledge of some of Israel’s less well-known cultural institutions.
The Speed of Light
Amid a vicious news cycle, take a moment to celebrate successes and the everyday miracle of progress over adversity.
Hanukkah Gift Guide 2022
From charming animal menorahs and delicore to acrylic Judaica and gourmet desserts, our gift guide has something for everyone.
Review: ‘The Incandescent Threads’
Fans of Zimler’s exceptional gift for multigenerational storytelling will find this work among his best.
The Mental Cost of War in ‘Victorious’
Yishai Sarid’s sixth novel is a nuanced and darkly humorous investigation of the IDF and compulsory military service.
Family Betrayal and Espionage in ‘Ethel’s Song’
Barbra Krasner’s latest YA book tells the story of Ethel Rosenberg, a Jewish woman who was falsely accused of espionage and sentenced to death in 1953.
New Kids Books About Trailblazing Jewess Designers
Two picture book biographies tell the stories of the feminist innovators behind Lane Byrant and American Doll.
Letters to the Editor: Grief and Endometrial Cancer
Readers respond to our September/October 2022 issue.
It Is Incumbent Upon Us to Define Zionism
As we enter the season of Hanukkah, let us all remember and celebrate restored Jewish sovereignty. And call it by its name.
Eight Inspiring Children’s Books for Hanukkah
From “reimagined” Bible stories to picture book biographies of resilient Jewish women, these are the very best kids books of 2022.
So, What Else Is New?
Honoring innovators, clean slates and new olim.
One Book, One Hadassah: ‘The Latecomer’ Discussion Guide
Use our questions to guide discussions about 'The Latecomer' by best-selling author Jean Hanff Korelitz, a One Book, One Hadassah pick.
Thessaloniki’s Hidden Charms
For centuries, Thessaloniki—Greece’s second-largest city—was the nexus of Sephardi Jewish civilization.
OneTable Helps Young Jews Celebrate Shabbat
Nearly 180,000 American Jews have celebrated Shabbat through OneTable, an organization that sponsors dinners for young adults.
Still Smitten With Deb Perelman
Recipes from “Smitten Kitchen Keepers” evoke the Jewish kitchen in homey and delicious ways, such as Perelman’s Bialy Babka and Slow-Roasted Chicken With Schmaltzy Croutons.
In ‘Leopoldstadt,’ a Jewish Story of Success and Devastation
Legendary playwright Tom Stoppard’s latest production follows two affluent Jewish families in Vienna who lose everything under the Nazis.
Star-Crossed Soldiers Receive Proper Burial
Operation Benjamin locates Jewish soldiers buried in American military cemeteries under incorrect markers, replacing crosses with Stars of David.
Jewish Teens Bare All in New Anthology
From jGirls+ Magazine comes “Salt & Honey,” a collection of poems, essays, short stories and visual art.
‘The Fabelmans’ Shows a Young Steven Spielberg
The famed director crafts a heimish ode to his childhood love of movies.
Joel Grey Returns With ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ in Yiddish
The legendary actor and director is bringing Anatevka and its mamaloshen-speaking residents back to Off Broadway.
Hadassah Has Israel’s Highest-Volume Cornea Clinic
For over 50 years, Hadassah has successfully treated corneal trauma and disease. Today, the medical center is one of a few places worldwide to perform partial corneal transplantation.
Maayan Hoffman: Hadassah On Call’s New Podcast Host
A journalist passionate about Israel and healthcare brings her expertise to Hadassah's monthly health and medicine podcast.
Israeli Companies Seek to Transform Women’s Health Care
In Israel, there’s no shortage of FemTech startups. The challenge, however, is convincing male investors to fund women’s health.
A Story Prefaced by Hadassah
Children’s book author Elana Rubenstein says “Hadassah had a huge role in the woman, and writer, I am today!”
Meet the Inaugural Class of Evolve Fellows
A new initiative from Evolve is building the foundation for the next generation of Hadassah leaders.
A Civics Lesson for Jews
The Talmud obligates Jews to speak out against a wrong. One of the strongest ways to make our voices heard is to vote.
What Is It About Women, Madness and Supermarkets?
As it turns out, there’s a very good reason why writers tend to have their female characters melt down in supermarkets.
Jewish Matchmaking? There’s an App For That
A 20-something single searches for her King David on two of the newest and buzziest Jewish dating apps.
Ukrainians and Russians Find Refuge in Israel
Over 40,000 citizens of Ukraine and Russia have fled to Israel since Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of his country’s southern neighbor.
At This Youth Village, ‘We Are All One Family’
It’s hard to imagine a more ideal setting than the Meir Shfeyah Youth Aliyah Village for the 29 Ukrainian Jewish teens who've taken refuge from their war-torn cities.