“Mommy, mommy.” Five-year-old Betty Hyatt, then Betty Prins, frightened by the unfamiliar low, rumbling noises in the sky, jumped out of bed and ran screaming for her mother. It was early morning on Friday, May 10, 1940, the day she and her father were planning to travel to Holland...
Three new kids’ books, and some poetry for adults
Hipster guide to the High Holy Days
Kosher wine can taste good. Just ask the brothers of Shirah Wine Co.
11th Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Settle for bad kosher wine
Moving and shaking
Let soldiers and haredim swap roles
The day I met Chuck Todd
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An Israeli author was kicked off a panel discussion in Marseilles at the request of the Palestinian poet Najwan Darwish.
Moshe Sakal, the author of “Yoland,” which was shortlisted for the 2011 Sapir Prize for literature, was removed Monday from a discussion of the Arab spring at...