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Pulling Rabbits Out Of His Literary Hat By Sandee Brawarsky Etgar Keret’s poetic sleight-of-hand in his new collection of short stories.
Rosh HaShanah 5780 Symbols And Spices For A Sephardic Seder By Ronnie Fein Top Israeli-American chef Einat Admony’s ‘Black Chicken’ for Rosh HaShanah. Rosh HaShanah 5780New Year, New Kosher Quaffs By Joshua London Israeli Elections In Dramatic Shift, Joint List Recommends Gantz For PM, Seeks Netanyahu’s Ouster By RAOUL WOOTLIFF, ADAM RASGON, The Times Of Israel For first time in 27 years, Arab parties back Zionist candidate for premiership, drawing Likud’s ire; Blue and White chief set to receive 57 backers, compared to 55 for Netanyahu. Rabbis Now Warming To Climate Change By Steve Lipman Spiritual leaders sounding alarm from High Holiday pulpit as issue gains national attention. A Pittsburgh Native Tackles Anti-Semitism By Jerome A. Chanes But Bari Weiss’ ideas on how to combat it come up short. Exclusive JTS Chancellor Eisen To Step Down Next June By Gary Rosenblatt Twelve-year tenure marked by stabilizing and strengthening the seminary and ‘the center.’ The Chabad Rebbe Was Remarkably Forward-Thinking When It Came To Climate Change By Philip Wexler Fresh Ink for TeensSynagogue Sustainability By Ariel Weinsaft Y.U. LGBT Students Keep Up Pressure By Shira Hanau Planning new moves to have school meet their demands in wake of march. Yeshiva University Students March For LGBT Visibility On Campus By Shira Hanau Editor's Desk The Story ‘Shtisel’ Doesn’t Tell By Gary Rosenblatt ‘Shtisel’ Star Dishes On Israeli Women’s Role In TV, Film By Gabe Kahn Promoted Content Parker Jewish Institute’s Samuel Bennett Earns LeadingAge NY Employee of Distinction Award Lakeville Ambulette senior supervisor and dispatcher is recognized for his commitment to the safe transport of those served by Parker, particularly during Hurricanes Sandy and Irene. Marking A Yahrtzeit With A Focus On The Future By Amy Sara Clark An alternative commemoration with an eye toward sustainability. Israeli Elections As Coalition Talks Begin, U.S. Jews Seen Welcoming Possible Unity Government By Stewart Ain and Joshua Mitnick ‘Power-sharing arrangement’ would likely lead to more secular coalition; could Trump peace plan help Bibi retain premiership? Netanyahu Reaches Out To Form A Government With His Rival — And Gets Rejected By Marcy Oster EditorialElection Drama? Stay Tuned By Jewish Week Editors Riverdale Again Hit With ‘Shocking’ Abuse Case By Hannah Dreyfus Child porn charges against an SAR principal like an ‘earthquake,’ parent says. Is The Rift Between Israel And U.S. Jews About To Get Far Worse? By Gary Rosenblatt At Jewish Week Forum, Tom Friedman and Daniel Gordis discuss election impact and reaching young progressives. OpinionMisreading American Jews’ Feelings About Israel By Michael Koplow Promoted Content From Israel to New York: Ultra-Orthodox Doctor Tries His Skills in America The Talmud’s Fighting Words, Live From A Brooklyn Theater By Eli Reiter Rosh HaShanah 5780 The Sweetest Offerings: Our Annual Rosh HaShanah Gift Guide By Sandee Brawarsky . The Aquafaba Advantage By Ronnie Fein Hijabs and Apples My Rosh HaShanah At A Refugee Camp By Susan Jane Gilman . Opinion For College Students Today, Anti-Semitism Is Not Old News By RACHEL GORDAN Opinion ‘I See Israel Struggling To Remain A Striving Democracy’ By Rabbi Sharon Brous Op-EdA Roadmap For Future Relations Between Israeli and Diaspora Jews By President Reuven Rivlin Pittsburgh Dispatch Beating Back Grief With The Language Of Art By Beth Kissileff An exhibition outside Tree of Life raises questions about how we remember. NYC Jewish-y Events, September 20-29 By Orli Santo Your weekly guide to educational, cultural and quirky events in New York City, with a Jewish bent. Fordham Booting Bias Off Of The Pitch By Steve Lipman Promoted Content The Number of Students in High-Tech Tracks Expected to Double by 2022 High-tech programs among the most pursued courses of study in Israel The New Normal America As The Land Of Apples And Honey By Amy Brenner Mitz A national service corps could transform employment and residential opportunities for people with disabilities. Amy Brenner Mitz shares a new vision as we approach the new year. Fall Arts Guide: The Film List Fall Arts Guide: The Book List Fall Arts Guide: The Visual Arts List Fall Arts Guide: All The Music Shows To See New JCC Manhattan Role: Funding Israeli Films By George Robinson Promoted Content One of a Kind UWS Property with Historic Original Detail Cobblestoned Charm And A Rich Jewish Past By Hilary Danailova Jewish Same-Sex Couple Sues State Dept. After Infant Daughter Denied Citizenship By Marcy Oster Popular
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