It has become a safe assumption that otherwise liberal and open-minded New York politicians will make an exception for Israel. Case in point: 10 members of the New York City Council have declared that they support academic freedom, just not the freedom of public universities to host events that do n ... More >>
Photo courtesy of Taïm MobileGiven Taïm Mobile's widespread popularity, it seems that everyone, everywhere loves its falafel. But you know who doesn't? Restaurant owners who have to look at the truck outside of their windows.
Rebel in a pinstriped suit
We're all a little jumpy after the crotch-bomber, so it was to be expected that one day a celebrity would find that all her wealth and fame couldn't get her past airport security. "I was 20 minutes late, big deal," Joan Rivers tells Good Day NY, describing her "ordeal" in Costa Rica, where ... More >>
Shaya Boymelgreen can get you a room with a view.New York, circa 2005 -- the building boom is transforming neighborhoods like Williamsburg, DUMBO, and the Financial District. During that period, Shaya Boymelgreen and his partner, diamond magnate Lev Leviev, built condos faster than just ab ... More >>
Al Jazeera's morning report, proving once again that it's ridiculous censorship for U.S. cable outlets to not carry the Arab world's most powerful news outlet. Dick Cheney's dream of an imperial vice presidency lording over all the world's oil fields is now officially dead. President Barack Obam ... More >>
Twentysomething Tel Aviv hipsters live life, have sex, befriend the enemy in The Bubble
An eyewitness account of 9-11
Rappers in Cuba, pilgrims in Mecca, killer fish in Tanzania, James Carville in Bolivia
Godard's long goodbye continues with a meditation on war and a history of the cinema
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Can the Broadway Revival of Everyone's Favorite Jewish Musical Ignore Today's Radically Different Cultural Context?
Lust for Life
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Palestinian Film and Oscar Eligibility
The Pot Party Battles Nerve Gas
Wanted: A Great Jewish Spin Master
Russians Change the Face of Israel
Inside Al Sharptons Controversial Meeting With the Palestinian Leader
The INS and Its Critics Take Lessons From a Relentless Pursuit of Immigrants
Arabs and Muslims Fend Off a Tragedys Aftermath
Deepening Rifts Between Jews and Palestinians Inside Israel
Jews Gather to Organize Against Israels Crackdown on Palestinians
Arab Americans See U.S. Media Bias
Why Liberal Jews Have Lost Their Courage on Israel
'Apparent' 'Wrong Turn' 'Signals' 'War'
Only a Dream a Nonviolent Army?
Via Dolorosa's Well-Worn Politics