Tuesday, April 23, 2019
For Neshama Carlebach Today, ‘This Career Is Mine’
Now fully reckoned with her larger-than-life father’s past and her own #MeToo experience, the singer-songwriter is out with a new CD — her redemption song.
‘Everything That We’re Suffering From Now’
Arthur Miller’s prescient ‘All My Sons.’
GOP As ‘Natural Home’ For Jews?
Between partisan talk on Israel and anti-Semitism, Republicans make electorial case for Trump.
‘Unwavering Support’ For Israel At Risk In Annexation Proposal
Israeli sovereignty over all West Bank settlements seen as potential game-changer for many U.S. Jews.
For Trans Jews, ‘A Community Of Our Own’
CBST conference — ‘a holy gathering’ — marks new sense of belonging.
Clash Of Values Over Measles
Amy Sara Clark and Hannah Dreyfus
As crisis deepens, science and religious freedom at odds.
Measles-Vaccination Fight Reaching Far And Wide
Just The Vaxx, Please
Amy Sara Clark
At A White House Seder, Will All Who Are Hungry Be Welcomed?
The Exodus Happened (Maybe), Just Not How You Think
Parker Jewish Institute Hosts Open House For Parker On Madison
Parker Jewish Institute
An Opposition In Search Of A Brand
Blue and White could be pro-democracy counterweight to Bibi, if it can coalesce.
How Ariel Met Moriah
They came to give love and they found love.
Humanitarian Border Crisis Resonates With Our History
Passover Recipes + Wine Recommendations
It’s all here.
Our Annual Guide To Stylish And Meaningful Passover Presents
Fruits Of Their (Forced) Labor
Met Council Expands Pesach Delivery
In a first, food goes to victims of domestic violence.
Bridging The Gap With Progressives
What All Anti-Semites Have In Common
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