The once glorious club is in disarray and middling in the second-tier tables, with its last Champions League semifinal years behind
How EasyJet and anti-Zionism are turning British Jews into Israelis: part 5 of Tablet’s series on the U.K.
Fifty years ago today, LBJ sent U.S. troops to the Dominican Republic. In the poet Alexis Gómez Rosa, we reap what he sowed.
Or, why all great writers are conservative
Is the enlightenment philosopher having a moment?
In 1947, Roman Vishniac documented Orthodox Jewish Holocaust Survivors near Paris. He also photographed Antoine.
A fascinating New York City museum exhibit looks at black women’s hair and nails. Don’t wait for the Jewish version.
Victor Rodack dreamed of visiting Israel. In 1967, he found an unusual way to make his dream a reality.
The photograph collection of a quiet Army veteran, long dead, dispels rosy myths of WWII
Treatment uses stem cells from infants to regenerate adult skin
Jewish Museum shows custom in Jewish, Muslim, and Christian contexts
Study finds circumcision protects against STDs without diminishing pleasure
New rituals create ways to symbolically acknowledge Jews’ covenant with God without actually circumcising infants
New legislation on the religious practice goes against the European grain
Relic from 2400 BCE believed to be the oldest illustration of the ritual
Former right-winger gets ‘really serious’ about his unexpected Jewish heritage
It would mean “God made the body imperfect,” the actress argues in new book
Several states reexamining their policies on public funding of circumcisions
Boy’s parents suing Pittsburgh rabbi for botched circumcision
Historian Jonathan Sarna discusses the Great Emancipator’s ties to a chiropodist, military men, and other Jews
Stories for Passover about slavery, freedom, family… and lice