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  • The best Herman Wouk story (almost) no one has read

    by Steve North, JTA

    15 hours ago

    There were countless well-deserved tributes yesterday to Herman Wouk on his 100th birthday.

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning American Jewish author will be...

  • How the FIFA corruption scandal could affect Israel

    by Ben Sales, JTA

    2 days ago

    Israelis were expecting some big news to come out of the annual FIFA Congress this week.

    But they probably weren’t expecting this.

    In a bombshell...

  • ‘How Sweet It Is!’ is a gangster’s paradise

    by Jonathan Kirsch

    2 days ago

    The first voice you hear in the latest novel by Thane Rosenbaum, “How Sweet It Is!” (Mandel Vilar Press), belongs to the Great One himself, Jackie...

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  • Hebrew word of the week: Ken

    by Yona Sabar

    2 days ago

    Two simple one-syllable words, yet they are not so simple. The English “yes” comes from yea + si, meaning “so be it!,” a stronger yea. Shakespeare uses...

  • Ecclesiastes

    by Marcela Sulak

    2 days ago

    Katamon, Jerusalem

    It’s so nice to be pretty and wearing polka dots
    on a swinging dress with a small cinched waist
    pushing a blue-eyed child through...

  • Talmudic temptation

    by Linda Mothner

    1 week ago

    From a glass-enclosed cabinet in her Westchester home office, historical novelist Maggie Anton removed a small clay pot. Indicating the Hebrew...

  • Ancient Jerusalem aqueduct discovered during sewer work

    JTA

    1 week ago

    A section of Jerusalem’s lower aqueduct, which brought water to the city more than 2,000 years ago, was uncovered during sewer work.

    The aqueduct,...

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