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Fred and Marcia Weisman look unhappy. The artist sets them among their sculptures, standing apart and looking in different directions. Fred clenches a fist so... [Read More]
My 4-year-old daughter, Zelda, was pinned down in a hospital cot that looked like a cage, her sleeping face wrapped in bandages securing electrodes. Her... [Read More]
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A large number of Islamic manuscripts were brought to New York from the National Library of Israel to star in an exhibition titled Romance and Reason: Islamic transformations... [Read More]
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If moral depravity had an official logo, it would be that two-tone iconic image of Che Guevara. In one stroke of good graphic design, the mass... [Read More]
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Today, February 16, 2018, is the 40th anniversary of the launch of the first computer bulletin board system: Ward & Randy's CBBS. The launch story: Ward Christiansen and... [Read More]
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The story of Mennel Ibstissem is the kind of drama only we French can produce. Since it began earlier this month, the country has been... [Read More]
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On Dec. 17, 1862, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, concerned about smuggling and enraged by the discovery that his own father was conspiring with Jewish clothing... [Read More]
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It's comforting, now that America's present is a sideshow of sound and fury and its future an uncertain spiral of fear and loathing, to lean... [Read More]
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Until his death this past December at the age of 91, David Margolin attended weekly Shabbat services at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in Southfield, Michigan, the... [Read More]
I wrote a poem when Ariel Sharon fell into a coma: it just started dictating itself to me as I walked down the street and... [Read More]
I've already written quite recently about A.J. Edelman, the first skeleton athlete to compete in the Olympics for Israel in the history of the program... [Read More]
If you're serious about TV—and, really, why wouldn't you be? What else is there these days?—you've probably already heard about Shababnikim, arguably the best Israeli... [Read More]
Earlier this year, The International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy announced that it will hold its 2019 meeting in Israel, which triggered an unsurprising... [Read More]
Every few years, the Academy of the Hebrew Language is faced with new challenges, tasked with translating words with which the language of the Bible... [Read More]
Baquer Namazi is an urgent American foreign policy crisis, even if his case isn't in the headlines yet. On January 28th, the 81-year-old Namazi, who... [Read More]
First came the flowers. Then the cakes. Then the gifts. Then the gifts for my children. In my nearly two decades of performing as a... [Read More]
This week on Unorthodox, we're marching to the beat of our own drum. In the Olympic spirit, we talk to writer Molly... [Read More]
For almost 14 consecutive years, Idan Raichel was on tour. Alongside with his motley crew of singers and musicians, he traveled across the globe, performing for... [Read More]
The defining feature of modern politics is stupidity. This is an unassailable fact. It's not that people are stupider. It's just that... [Read More]
In the beginning, there was the voice. David Grossman's young, raspy, seductive voice narrating the early afternoon kids' radio show Hatul Basak (Cat in the... [Read More]
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