“If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.” — Final social media post of Charlottesville martyr Heather Heyer; may Hashem avenge her blood. We are
I am angry. Many people are angry. Pick your political issue or your social reason to be angry; they seem never-ending. Anger is for sure
Junction 48 is a love story of two young Palestinian hip-hop artists using music to fight both Israeli oppression and their own conservative community.
There’s no other way to say it — this has been a brutal year. Tragic violence at home, horrific wars abroad, and an American election
No matter what Seder table you plan to join this week, there are three things you can expect to do a lot of: eat, drink,
Do you use the everyday to connect to the holy, or the holy to connect to the everyday? The month of Elul and Yomim Noraim
I recently wrote here about my decision to move from Israel, where I had lived for fourteen years, back to the South Side of Chicago,
(x-posted to KFAR) New York Times has a feature story on Diddy Sean Combs protege Shyne’s conversion to Orthodox Judaism. Interviewing him in Jerusalem, where