Some Jewish Highlights From This Year’s Tribeca Film Fest


The 23rd annual Tribeca Film Fest, which took place in June, offered a number of Jewish-themed movies and documentaries, on subjects ranging from fashion to a late in life Bat […]

Adam Mansbach Made a Monster that Makes Us Laugh


What do you do with a ton of pottery clay when you’re stoned? What do you do when your creation comes to life? Can you teach him right from wrong? […]

Passover-Friendly Black and White Cookies


Editor’s Note: The recipe is from the cookbook ‘Nosh: Plant-Forward Recipes Celebrating Modern Jewish Cuisine,’ by Jewfolk Food Podcaster Micah Siva. The recipe is used with her permission. A New […]

Guiding Hand Exhibit Opens at the Skirball


On Apr. 11, the Skirball Museum of Cincinnati unveiled its latest exhibit, “The Guiding Hand,” featuring a collection of over 100 Torah yads (pointers used for reading from parchment) on […]

Keeping Jewish Tradition Alive in the Modern Age


If there were two things a stranger was to learn about me very fast it would be this: I’m a life-long vegetarian and I’m Jewish. As a result of these […]

Hopkins Leads Great Cast In Powerful ‘One Life’


Nicholas Winton is an ordinary person. That’s how he describes himself and the efforts he and his colleagues are undertaking. It’s 1938, a month after Kristallnacht, and less than a […]

Cincinnati Playhouse Presents: The Chosen


Director co-wrote the play with Chaim Potok Interview by Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Not only did Aaron Posner co-write the play The Chosen with late literary giant Chaim […]