Many of the readers of The Jewish Press are already familiar with the author of the chapters in this new book.
Title: Dalet AmotAuthor: Rabbi Ari Enkin A breezy refresher course in some basics about Judaism, Dalet Amot is a necessary addition to bookshelves in...
Robert Rosen admirably puts President Roosevelt right back on his pedestal where he belongs, despite the efforts of dozens of revisionists who would have F.D.R. responsible for the deaths of millions, including a third of our people in the Holocaust during World War II.
"There were these two diamond dealers negotiating over a diamond.
A well-known kosher caterer who has a commissary in Florida that prepares kosher meals for federal prison inmates, and who has also been hosting a kosher-for-Passover holiday program for a number of years, told me a humorous story.
I grew up with a cousin who was always escaping from shul in order to read his comic books.
Rabbi Joseph Buxbaum's foreword is followed by an introduction by the editors of the fifth volume.
This memoir, from the founder of the National Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts, relates Lansky's experiences learning to speak and read Yiddish in college, only to discover that "his" new language was in danger of passing out of existence.
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.