If his Jewish practice was thin, his attachments were not.
“Religion is a part of life, not apart from life.”
Over 140 years of bemoaning the neglect of the Sabbath.
Si Spiegel didn’t want to be a mechanic. He wanted to fight Nazis.
“Wherever tyranny threatens, wherever the rights of man are in danger of being destroyed, there you will find the Jew.”
“It was the Jewish family who instilled in me singing from the heart.”
Sweeping the ugly parts off screen.
The Jews of the Ozarks saw less anti-Semitism than those of the big cities.
Uriah P. Levy, lover of religious liberty.
A new biography musters extensive circumstantial evidence that the founding father was born a Jew.
Thomas Jefferson, Jamaica, California, and the citron-candy crazy.
The history of Brooklyn’s best-known ḥasidic community.
Dorothy Fields and Carolyn Leigh.