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Ilana Masad

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Literature’s great heroes and heroines are no one without fearsome villains to challenge their mettle. And we readers delight in being terrified by a...

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Growing up Jewish in the Unites States can be tricky. Many secular parents still want to keep the Jewish tradition and culture alive within...

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In days of yore, when I still went to see movies in movie theaters (you know, as opposed to just staying home and waiting...

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Sayed Kashua is a satirist, columnist, novelist, screenwriter, and a household name—in Israeli, not American, homes. Kashua is an Israeli Palestinian, a citizen of...

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William Shakespeare, the illustrious Bard who lived and died on his own birthday, would have been 450 years old today. The reach of his...

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Remember the books your parents/teachers/babysitters read to you when you were a kid? When it came to my parents, they chose the books they...

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Jews have lots of holidays. We have a New Year's in the fall (Rosh Hashanah), the original Arbor Day (Tu B'Shvat), an Easter without...

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