Since its founding in 1917, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has served as the definitive, trusted global source of breaking news and analysis on developments impacting Jews and Jewish communities around the globe. JTA keeps the Jewish world informed and connected with a global network of correspondents in North America, the Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.
Our articles are syndicated to scores of newspapers and websites worldwide, serving as a key source of news about Jewish life in Israel, the United States and the rest of the Diaspora. We pride ourselves on producing compelling, credible, independent and high-quality journalism, free of any ideological agenda. Our reporting reflects the wide spectrum of religious, political and cultural identity within the Jewish community.
The Nosher offers a dazzling array of new and classic Jewish recipes and food news, from Europe to Yemen, from challah to shakshuka and beyond. Edited by a celebrated NYC foodie and featuring guest posts and recipes from top food writers and cookbook authors, The Nosher is both a standout food blog and an accessible, engaging, pluralistic hub of information relating to Jewish culinary customs, recipes and news.
Food plays a crucial role in the practice and celebration of Judaism, yet most recipes aren’t completely new creations; they are personal interpretations of a rich culinary culture. The Nosher marries today’s rich Jewish and culinary cultural innovations in one lively area, with gorgeous photography and finely crafted recipes.
Kveller.com is more than a website. It is a rich online community for those who want to add a Jewish twist to their parenting. Whether you grew up observing Shabbat every week, or had your first taste of matzah ball soup when you married into a Jewish family, the ways you can incorporate Judaism and Jewish culture into your parenting style are varied and endless.
Featuring a diverse crop of contributing writers, including Emmy-nominated actress Mayim Bialik, Kveller offers a space for discussion and ideas for all sorts of readers—including first-time parents, interfaith parents, queer parents, adoptive parents, grandparents, and everything in between—with the hopes of offering support, information, and inspiration for families when they need it most.
My Jewish Learning is all about empowering Jewish discovery for anyone interested in learning more. We offer thousands of articles, videos and other resources to help you navigate all aspects of Judaism and Jewish life — from food to history to beliefs and practices.
Our site is geared toward all backgrounds and level of knowledge. So whether you’re a Hebrew school dropout seeking a refresher on how to light the Hanukkah menorah or a synagogue president looking for a new perspective on the week’s Torah portion or a newcomer contemplating converting to Judaism — we have something for you.
Jewniverse is a daily email list and blog featuring extraordinary, inspirational, forgotten, and just-plain-strange dispatches from Jewish culture, tradition and history. Yiddish workout videos? Dr. Seuss’s political cartoons? Novels about Jewish mail-order brides in the American Old West? We’ve got it covered.
Jewish culture and history are full of fascinating, obscure, and amazing treasures. Some of them have been buried for thousands of years. Others are popping up in musty archives, on late-night television, and around the Internet as YouTube sensations. Jewniverse discovers them and sends you the scoop.
The JTA Archive is a powerful reference tool that offers a perspective on current events and modern Jewish history that is not available anywhere else. With free access to nearly a century of reporting about global events affecting world Jewry, the Archive, which contains over a quarter-million articles, is a rich resource for both the casually curious as well as students and scholars of modern Jewish history.
The JTA archive is the only authoritative site that provides a comprehensive chronicle of modern Jewish history, as seen through the eyes of journalists. From the aftermath of World War I, to the rise of Nazi Germany, through the Holocaust, the creation of the modern State of Israel and right up to today, JTA journalists have been reporting on stories and issues affecting Jews around the globe.
Whether you were the fat, funny girl at your bat mitzvah or the one who had to stuff your bra, you’ll fit in just fine at Alma. And if you thought life couldn’t get any more awkward than that big day when you were 12, well, you were wrong. Back then, there weren’t job interviews to bomb or potential dates to reject you on Tinder (they just politely danced with you during Snowball instead). None of your friends were suddenly getting married, throwing you into an ugly tailspin, and your parents didn’t expect you to know how to properly budget all those $18 checks.
Yes, it’s hard to figure out how to become an adult. A real adult–one with a career and friends and relationships and at least one houseplant, just because. Alma won’t always have the answers (though sometimes we will have kickass advice!) but we will be there when you need to get over your whirlwind fling on Birthright, and we’ll also be there when your loved one dies, or you lose your job, or you need help finding a new, meaningful career, or you just need a hearty laugh/cry. Not all the folks at Alma are the same, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn from one another or at least share Netflix recommendations.
And we promise to never judge you for doing that performance to “Gettin’ Jiggy With It” at your bat mitzvah party. We’ve all been there.
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