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Dating While Ultra-Orthodox? Better Update Your Shidduch Resume.

By On July 18, 2017

First step towards a dream job: a top-notch resume. But what if you also needed a CV to get your dream girl/boy? And we don’t mean updating your JSwipe profile with new… Read More

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In Rhode Island, Jews Can Marry Their Relatives!

By On July 12, 2017

Here’s a legal love story for you. In 1913, Sam May and Fannie May, a coupla 26-year-old New Yorkers, wanted to get married, but they had to go all the way to… Read More

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The Most Popular Palestinian Writer in Israel

By On May 15, 2012

Sayed Kashua has made a career out of being an anomaly: A Hebrew-speaking Muslim Israeli Arab. As a writer, he pens a weekly column for Haaretz, a major Israeli newspaper, and he writes the hilarious… Read More

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A Lego Jewish Wedding

By On June 1, 2011

In Judaism, getting married is a bit more complicated than just finding a rabbi and saying “I do.” If you’re a first-time attendee of a traditional Jewish wedding, there’s a lot to… Read More

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The Art of Marriage

By On February 3, 2011

  A ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract. In ancient days, it was used to describe a husband’s responsibilities to his wife–including his financial commitments if the marriage ever ended in divorce. These days,… Read More