At this age, it is supposed to cause a minimum of pain and will never be remembered by the baby. At least that’s what some people say. But they also say lobsters don’t feel pain when they’re being boiled to death. I wonder if the lobster knows better.
How does our identity as a Jew influence our politics? Is it possible to separate our Jewishness from our political attitudes? A week away from the election Sarah Brammer-Shlay examines the answers.
As someone who previously had no particular interest in diamonds or the diamond trade, I was pleasantly surprised with how engaging and informative this book is.
How do we remember and honor those lives? How do those of us without a number to tattoo, or those of us disagree with tattooing continue to remember?
This film about the history, and recent rise of global anti-Semitism is historically interesting and compelling, but the film’s biased and simplistic representation of the Arab world was at times problematic.
You're Invited: Professor Jay Geller To Speak About German Jews At U of M's Center For Jewish Studies
Even after the Shoah, Jews chose to settle in Germany. Who were these Jews, now numbering nearly 200,000, and why did they decide to remain in a country that had been hostile to their very existence only a few years earlier? Professor Jay Geller tries to answer that question.
Storytelling has a long tradition in Judaism. The artwork of Susan Weinberg continues the storytelling tradition by sharing stories of Holocaust survivors in danger of being lost to history.
No cross-country move is complete without an epic embarrassing moment. Mine took place at the gym.
The book meanders, dipping its toes into the waters of several theories about why people do what they believe is the right thing. The book thus attempts to be broad but lacks depth or meaning.
Win tickets to Andy Statman at the Cedar Cultural Center. Statman is a world-renowned Klezmer clarinetist and bluegrass mandolinist.