A Journey to the Ancestral Homeland

A personal journey to her ancestors’ Eastern EuropeRead More

New Hanukkah Books for Kids

By Jessica Chmara

Hanukkah is right around the corner. Now is the time to stock up on these new children’s titles. They make great gifts.Read More

Alan Dershowitz Fights for Underdogs

By Matt Robinson

From the indigent to the infamous, some of Alan Dershowitz’s clients may have been unpopular, but the noted attorney has always seen value in taking up their cases, even when he felt he might lose.Read More

Who’s Complaining?

By MAJS, Nicole Levy

In “I Can’t Complain: (All Too) Personal Essays,” Elinor Lipman reflects on her life with the same wry humor she uses to describe the characters in her novels.Read More

From Victim to Expert, Jessica Stern Shares Her Story

By Shelley Sackett

Jessica Stern attributes her professional fascination with violent perpetrators and her ability to remain calm in dangerous situations to the traumatic experience of being raped at age 15 at her Concord, Mass. home.Read More

Art Heist Thriller Kicks Off Jewish Book Month

Meet award-winning author B.A. Shapiro as she discusses “The Art Forger,” her hot novel about a young Boston artist caught up in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist… 25 years after the theft.Read More

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