Molly Yeh, a contributor to the Jew and the Carrot, gives
Hasidic parents named their daughters Chaya Mushka after the death of the Lubavitcher rebbe’s wife in 1988. They filled classrooms and now are starting families of their own. forward.com/articles/147997/
The Forward visits the first-ever Jewish wedding expo held in Brooklyn on November 29, 2011.
Eli Valley's new cartoon for the Jewish Daily Forward is a Halloween comic — with a twist!
The creator of famous fragrances like Tresor, Spellbound and Calvin Klein Eternity grew up in Belarus and Poland, the daughter of Holocaust survivors. She shares the secrets of making and wearing memorable scents.
Jewish activists across the United States constructed sukkahs as part of ever-growing Occupy Wall Street movement and to mark the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
Orthodox women in Crown Heights, Brooklyn are pushing the boundaries of modest dress, or tznius. Sisters Simi Polonsky and Chaya Chanin, who run a pop-up clothing shop that sells high fashion to religious women, explain what "tznius sexy" means.
Benjamin Brown was a charismatic leader of a doomed Jewish colony in the high desert of Utah. We take a video tour of the lost colony and talk with Brown's descendants about his personal failures and triumphs.
The Forward tours Tobi Kahn's new installation at the Educational Alliance in New York City. Kahn's work often addresses themes of healing and his latest exhibition deals with extensively the trauma of 9/11.
The Forward sits down with Judith Brin Ingber to look at images from her new book "Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance."