A Judeo-Arabic prayer influenced by Muslim depictions of Mohammad.
Yannai’s “It Came to Pass at Midnight.”
The “haggadah in a new dress.”
Next year in Charleston!
How Maxwell House became the country’s largest Judaica publisher.
From opening the door to the poor to opening it to Elijah.
Exploring the world’s largest collection.
Why the Haggadah doesn’t tell the story of the Exodus.
On Passover, Jews are commanded to retell the story of the Exodus, but the book they use to do it seems just as focused on food and drink as it is on the story itself. Why?
From an Amsterdam convert to Maxwell House.
It’s not that they were exceptionally sophisticated or tolerant, as one popular recent article would have it—it’s that they lived surrounded by people who raised pigs.
An expression of God’s enduring compassion.
The history of Ḥad Gadya.
Satan at the seder.