At the film festival, a documentary about Hasidic homosexuals is just one entry.
by Richard Baimbridge
Wonder of Wonders
I didn't know even know my Aleph Bet, but by the end an eight-hour Hebrew language marathon, I was able to read.
by Alan Gelb
Beyond Netiquette: A Torah of Listening
Applying age-old wisdom to the most modern form of communication can help us overcome the deficiencies in e-mail 'conversation.'
By Rodger Kamenetz
Jewish Soul in a Jazz Setting
Steven Bernstein puts the sex appeal back in traditional Jewish music by adding an Afro-Cuban mood
by Jill Maxi Schreibman
The Last Bat Mitzvah
Amid the rain and cold, a father finds the light and meaning of his daughter's bat mitzvah.
by Rodger Kamenetz
Banishing the Bible from Campus
Colleges are treating evangelical and Orthodox Jewish students like outcasts and bigots for their views on gays and sex
by Elliott Abrams
Can Shul Be Cool?
The synagogue, once dismissed as irrelevant, attempts a comeback for everyone from the fervently pious to the atheist humanist
by Howard Lovy
Fearless Leader, Passionate Teacher
Alexander Schindler knew how to disagree without being disagreeable, says a friend and critic of the late rabbi.
by Arthur Hertzberg
Orthodox, Feminist, and Proud of It
Judaism's Orthodox feminist movement has succeeded in opening doors for women committed both to Jewish law and gender equality
by Blu Greenberg
Reform Judaism Approves Same-Sex Unions
Read the resolution approved by the movement's rabbinic body