The Wandering Jew is in Mexico, where he tried to celebrate Shabbat, but got denied.
Tag: "Being Jewish"
Tent is three different workshops in three different cities this summer focusing on comedy, creative writing, and theater. Tent is for twenty-somethings interested in ways of being Jewish beyond religion and politics.
TC Jewfolk’s column for questions you were afraid to ask in Hebrew school. Today’s question for Rabbi Zalman? Wait, so we get a Jewish Valentine’s Day? Tell me more! Says “Jewish Love Child.”
I began to lead a double life, steeping myself in Jewish culture like a tea bag every morning and leaving it after school. Leading a double life as a child led to a search for peace; and Shabbat gave me more than I expected.
From Tsfat to the Kotel: A reflection on our survival, in preparation for Hebron, Bethlehem, another Jerusalem and the future of Israel.
TC Jewfolk interviews Michael Levin, the MOT star of Illusion Theater’s “What’s the Word For?”, which opened this past weekend. Plus an opportunity for you to win free tickets to the show.
It’s not every day that individuals walk around the office openly declaring themselves a Catholic, a Protestant or an Atheist. But what if you were a practicing Jew? The token Jew?
What many Jews fail to realize is that the Israeli Orthodox community is what sustains not only Israel as a Jewish state, but also American Jewry.
My grandfather was a survivor and a orthodox Jew. How did he keep his faith and why do things sacred to him feel like a chore to me?