The Jewish fascination with Chinese food goes beyond the fact that it tastes good.
Dr. Eric R. Kandel, with his family, escaped Nazism in Vienna in 1939 when they came to America.
Ms. Anton's book falls into that genre termed historical fiction, but in this extensive volume of over 360 pages, one can begin to wonder if Ms. Anton had a fly on the wall, so realistic are her characterizations. One could wonder it her real calling is as a "medievalist."
Despite commonly held conceptions that athletic prowess and Jews don't mix, a Jewish fascination and involvement with the world of sports can be traced back throughout the ages.
I don't know about you - but we really miss the old Harry Kemelman "Friday the Rabbi Slept Late" books - which were some of the first of the genre of rabbinic murder mysteries.
Throughout Jewish history, we have unfortunately grown accustomed to ransoming our people from being held hostage by many evil empires.
Whether we are involved in kiruv, or in kashrus management, at home, in shuls, or in institutional management, we have a need for a kashrut authority to refer to.
At Rose Kryger's funeral, her son Meir, now a physician in Winnipeg, was surprised to learn from the rabbi's funeral oration that his mother had some bottled up secrets and had yearned to be a writer.
Our friend, Mr. Ben G. Frank - the famous, inimitable Judaic travel writer - has written a new edition of A Travel Guide To The Jewish Caribbean & South America.
This biography/adventure story of Essad Bey, nee Kurban Said, born Lev Nussimbaum, creatively ties together many disparate elements in a wonderful tour de force that is both enchanting and spell-binding.
The art of letter writing seems to have gone the way of the buggy whip.
Storytelling conveys profound lessons about Hashem and our relationships with other people, and today's students and teachers continue to be inspired by these stories.
The protagonist in this engrossing murder mystery, David Hirsch, is an attorney who has served eight years in federal prison for his white-collar crimes, including phony billing charges to many of his former clients.
Once again, Mr. Rigg tells a spellbinding tale, this one of danger and intrigue during wartime Europe.
Title: Rogov's Guide to Israeli WinesAuthor: Daniel RogovPublisher: Toby Press, New Milford, CT Did you know that you can experience an aspect of Israel for...
It is a truism that one should never judge a book by its cover, or even title.
Oscar Israelowitz has outdone himself with the recently published, entirely updated guide to Jewish sights, sounds and fragrances of interest in all of New York City.
If you really want to learn how to read quickly - try a page-turner like "Raid On The Sun" - but you'll truly be sorry when you've turned the last page!
We have an ugly name for people who commit the ugly crime of declaring that The Holocaust never happened - they are called 'deniers,' and have been successfully prosecuted both here and abroad.
It claims to be a cookbook - but this is one of the best Jewish -Baedekers' (travelogues) we've seen in quite a long time.
A fascinating 'coming-of-age' story, The Hebrew Kid and The Apache Maiden is first in a series of young-adult novels written especially for young members of Torah-observant families.
Prior to World War II, Jewish religious culture, customs and style varied from country to country in Eastern Europe.
There is a public high school located in Brooklyn's Williamsburg section that is named after 19th-century educator Sarah J. Hale.
Hannah Ahrendt wrote about the banality of evil - the "ordinariness" of the everyday occurrences of evil behavior that befell Jews under the Nazi regime.
More than a half-million of all Jewish citizens of the United States, nearly ten percent, served in the U.S. armed forces during World War II.