A Long Island restaurant’s lawsuit and the “religious-question doctrine.”
Congregational budgets are increasingly taken up by security spending.
Protesting a required high-school course in “ethnic studies.”
And why it matters.
In the 1830s, the fur trapper Simson Thorman brought some friends to the Ohio city.
The film adaptation of Abraham Cahan’s short story was recently restored.
Orthodox equivalents of everything from Legos to Encyclopedia Brown to The Babysitters’ Club.
A bill before Congress would make communal morning prayer more difficult.
“My generation is the last one that will be able to talk to Holocaust survivors.”
Johanna Kaplan and the late Bette Howland.
New York City is no longer the sole center of gravity.
Historians examine the daily life and contributions of colonial Jewry.
Solving one case of anti-Jewish discrimination might not be good for the Jews.