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2013 September-October

Book Review: The Worlds of Sholem Aleichem

Reviewed by Clyde Haberman Read More »

Book Review: The Rise of Abraham Cahan

Reviewed by Jonathan Brent Read More »

Interview: Richard Saul Wurman

The restless architect and designer who dreamed up TED hasn’t stopped inventing new ways of organizing information in search of what he calls “the God of understanding.” Read More »

Book Review: The Lion Seeker

Reviewed by Glenn Frankel Read More »

The Dead Sea’s Revenge

The story of how humans are killing the Dead Sea—and how only international cooperation may save it. Read More »

Is Religion Good for Women? A Symposium

The question—at once deeply Jewish, deeply human, and both ancient and modern—echoes across the religious spectrum. We talk to a range of women and men who have given it careful consideration. Read More »

The Stimulating Story of Jews and Coffee

Jews and coffee share an invigorating history. Read More »

Interview | Eric Garcetti

Los Angeles’s new mayor has modeled his life on Jewish principles and values. Read More »

Visual Moment | Jerusalem

A new IMAX® film captures a rare bird’s-eye view of the holy city Read More »

Jewish Word | Beshert


Beshert: Is destiny the best way to choose a mate? Read More »