JTA Jewish Life Stories: David Liederman, the father of ‘David’s Cookies,’ dies at 75 17 Jul
David Liederman, the founder of Davids Cookies, passed away at 75. Despite starting with selling his cookies in the 1970s and growing the business into a cha...
17 Jul
Tablet Bride of Los Alamos 16 Jul
"Bride of Los Alamos" is a personal reflection on a family's connection to the Manhattan Project, focusing on the perspective of the author's grandmother, Fr...
16 Jul
JTA A new Shazam-style bot will identify Shlomo Carlebach’s melodies 9 Jul
Shlomo Tannor, an AI engineer and musician, created CarleBot, a melody detection software akin to Shazam, to identify Jewish prayer melodies, particularly th...
9 Jul
Jewish History Uncensored headphones #195 - Lessons From My Father’s Life - Moon Landing & Affects of Rocket Science 8 Jul
This episode explores NASA and the cultural upheavals of the 1960s, focusing on the Moon Landing and questioning if Neal Armstrong wrote his famous statement...
8 Jul
The Commentary Magazine Podcast headphones China's AI Colossus 2 Jul
In his article titled "China's AI Colossus," Arthur Herman discusses the rise of China as a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI). He emphasizes the ...
2 Jul
Mishpacha Falling Short 1 Jul
A Jewish mother grapples with her son's short stature and societal pressures leading her to explore growth hormone treatment. The decision to pursue treatmen...
1 Jul
Creative Judaism Grapes of Math | Parshah Rabbit Hole Ep.37 (Shlach) 27 Jun
Exploring the concept of giant grapes in the Parshah, this episode of Parshah Rabbit Hole delves into record-setting watermelons.
27 Jun
Mishpacha Risky Bets     24 Jun
The Conservative Party in Britain, under Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, faces allegations of corruption related to bets placed on the election date, reflecting ...
24 Jun
Mishpacha So You Want to Be a… Sonographer 18 Jun
Becoming a diagnostic medical sonographer requires technical skills, attention to detail, and good communication. Sonographers use ultrasound imaging to diag...
18 Jun
Kveller Judith Love Cohen, Jack Black’s Jewish Mom, Was a History-Making Aerospace Engineer 17 Jun
Judith Love Cohen, the mother of actor Jack Black, was a groundbreaking aerospace engineer who played a crucial role in inventing new technologies that saved...
17 Jun
Tablet How Babies Are Made 14 Jun
The text discusses personal experiences working in a synagogue's development office and receiving donations from congregants. It delves into the importance t...
14 Jun
The CJN Daily with Ellin Bessner headphones Dr. Joe Schwarcz can’t stop debunking wellness gurus, antivaxxers and psuedoscience 6 Jun
Dr. Joe Schwarcz, a chemistry professor at McGill University, has gained popularity as a science communicator despite not having a medical degree. With a rad...
6 Jun
Sapir The Courage to Be Uncool 1 Jun
The author reflects on their experiences of feeling like an outsider from childhood through adulthood, particularly in Hollywood due to their outspoken suppo...
1 Jun
Jewish Chronicle Divine Italy - why you should visit Calabria 30 May
Calabria's picturesque Tropea in Italy offers a divine travel experience, featuring beautiful beaches, ancient legends, and local cuisine. The town's history...
30 May
Jewish Chronicle My cancer diary: I’m reconstructing me… a bit at a time 30 May
The author shares her experiences with undergoing fat grafting to reconstruct her breasts following a mastectomy due to breast cancer. She reflects on her ch...
30 May
Creative Judaism Checking The Torah's MATH | Parshah Rabbit Hole Ep.33 (Bechukosai) 29 May
The YouTube video delves into a Torah verse featuring discrepancies in ratios, leading to an exploration of nuclear physics in episode 33 of Parshah Rabbit H...
29 May
Rationalist Judaism The Anguish of Kivelevitzism 24 May
The text discusses a podcast episode where Rabbi Avramel Kivelevitz criticizes Natan Slifkin's views, focusing on the charedi community's response to differe...
24 May
Mishpacha He Held the Secrets to Success 21 May
Dr. Yosef Walder, a highly accomplished scientist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, passed away at 73, leaving a profound impact on the world. Born in Phila...
21 May
Mishpacha On Call: Chapter 7 — Coming Together 21 May
The text discusses the humility and reliance on divine intervention that an ER doctor expresses when questioned about the feeling of saving lives. The doctor...
21 May
Rationalist Judaism Zooish Conspiracies III: Agent Bambi 19 May
This text criticizes Irus Braverman's claims about Israel's reintroduction of Mesopotamian fallow deer as an act of violent settler colonialism. Braverman ac...
19 May
Halacha Headlines headphones 5/11/24 – Shiur 466 – Neurolinks and Shabbos, Alexa and Shabbos, Electronics and Shabbos 10 May
The discussion in Shiur 466 revolves around the permissibility of using electronic devices on Shabbat, particularly those activated through brainwaves or voi...
10 May
Forward NASA wants to create a time zone on the moon. Here’s what that means for Jewish space travelers 1 May
NASA is contemplating the creation of a time zone on the moon, raising questions about how Jewish travelers in space would observe rituals like Shabbat. Whil...
1 May
Mishpacha Software Savvy: Part 11 30 Apr
The text discusses the importance of making smart software choices to empower businesses. It presents a conversation between a software implementer and a cli...
30 Apr
Jewish Chronicle We’re right to stop giving our secrets to Iran – and it might avert WW3 26 Apr
The text discusses the importance of halting the sharing of valuable military secrets with hostile nations like Iran to prevent potential global conflicts, e...
26 Apr
Moment From the Newsletter | Moment Wins First Place from Religion News Association! 26 Apr
Moment Magazine won two major First Place prizes from the Religion News Association for Magazine Overall Excellence for its Artificial Intelligence issue, wh...
26 Apr
Creative Judaism The Eclipse Test 8 Apr
A philosophical exploration using a solar eclipse as a litmus test.
8 Apr
JTA Jewish tradition sees eclipses as bad omens. Many American Jews are seeking totality anyway. 8 Apr
While Jewish tradition historically viewed eclipses as bad omens, some contemporary American Jews are embracing the opportunity to witness the upcoming total...
8 Apr
Jewish Review of Books Total Eclipse of the Brakha 5 Apr
The text delves into the Jewish perspective on solar eclipses, exploring whether they are viewed as natural phenomena or bad omens. According to the Talmud, ...
5 Apr
Rationalist Judaism The Bat and the Penguin 4 Apr
In this discussion of animals in the Torah, the focus is on the classification of birds as kosher and non-kosher. The text explores how the Torah's categoriz...
4 Apr
JTA Leading American medical journal faces down its own history of endorsing Nazi race science 3 Apr
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) has acknowledged its past endorsements of Nazi medical practices and slow response to Nazi Germany's antisemitic a...
3 Apr
JTA Israeli-American Nobelist Daniel Kahneman, who reframed economic decision-making, dies at 90 27 Mar
Israeli-American Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman, known for revolutionizing economic decision-making, passed away at 90. He, along with Amos Tversky, reshaped...
27 Mar
18forty headphones Rachel Yehuda: Intergenerational Trauma and Healing [Divergence 1/5] 26 Mar
Dr. Rachel Yehuda, a prominent figure in the study of intergenerational trauma and resilience, discusses how trauma is inherited across generations and how J...
26 Mar
Jewish Chronicle Getting my wings! How a first-class flight simulator offered me a taste of the high life 22 Mar
Paul Lang, a photographer turned flight simulation center co-founder, fulfills his childhood dream of aviation through Voyager Flight Simulation at London Lu...
22 Mar
Forward How the 1919 solar eclipse made Albert Einstein famous 20 Mar
In 1919, Albert Einstein was a relatively unknown figure, facing doubts about his work and struggling professionally. However, during a total solar eclipse t...
20 Mar
Unpacked Are All Jews Genetically Related? | Explained 20 Mar
The video delves into the question of genetic relatedness among Jews, exploring DNA testing in the context of Jewish identity, culture, and history.
20 Mar
Lehrhaus Bulbasaur & Bishul: An Adar-Fueled, Unnecessarily In-Depth Analysis of a Nonsensical Halakhic Question 19 Mar
In an analysis by Mark Glass, the author delves into a humorous yet insightful halakhic question based on the popular game Pokemon, pondering if using a move...
19 Mar
Forward A new William Shatner documentary is more meet-and-greet than film 18 Mar
William Shatner, known for his iconic roles in Star Trek and Boston Legal, has recently become an ambassador for the "overview effect" after his sub-orbital ...
18 Mar
Jewish Chronicle Yavneh College students win TfL competition 12 Mar
A team of six Year-12 students from Yavneh College in Hertfordshire won Transport for London's (TfL) innovation competition by proposing a project called Urb...
12 Mar
JTA Israeli university launching unique mental health trauma center spurred by distinct nature of Oct. 7 11 Mar
In response to the traumatic events of October 7, 2023, including a deadly attack by Hamas in Israel, Hebrew University in Jerusalem has established the Inst...
11 Mar
Lilith Our Embryos Aren’t Children, But I Wish They Were 1 Mar
A Jewish individual undergoing fertility treatment reflects on the emotional journey of having embryos that didn't develop into children due to scientific re...
1 Mar
JTA Jewish teen hackers compete to solve real-world problems in Israel 29 Feb
Jewish high school students, including Kate Glick and Ellianna Pell from The Leffell School, participated in the Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education's...
29 Feb
eJewishPhilanthropy To save a life: Lessons for launching a medical R&D initiative 29 Feb
Fernando Goldsztein's journey began with his son's diagnosis of medulloblastoma, leading to the creation of The Medulloblastoma Initiative (MBI) aimed at fun...
29 Feb
Mishpacha The Mind Behind the Madness 27 Feb
The article discusses understanding human behavior by comparing it to scientific phenomena like sound creation. It emphasizes the importance of knowing that ...
27 Feb
Tikvah headphones Yehuda Halper on Maimonides the Physician 22 Feb
Maimonides, a renowned rabbinic authority and philosopher of the Middle Ages, was also a prolific physician who authored various medical works focusing on a ...
22 Feb
Jewish Insider The Israeli reservist fighting for his son’s life 22 Feb
Gadi Roz, an Israeli reservist, is fighting two wars: one for Israel's future and the other for his 6-year-old son Meitar, who has Duchenne Muscular Dystroph...
22 Feb
Tablet The Conservative Movement Moves on Cannabis 16 Feb
The Conservative movement's Rabbinical Assembly Committee on Jewish Law and Standards has approved a teshuva (responsum) on cannabis usage, addressing social...
16 Feb
The Habura headphones Introduction to Rabbi Benamozegh (Vayiqra in Context) - Sina Kahen 14 Feb
Rabbi Elia Benamozegh, a prominent scholar of Italian Jewry, wrote a scientific and Kabbalistic commentary called "Em LaMiqra" on the book of Leviticus. This...
14 Feb
JTA What Jewish mysticism can teach us about psychedelics 8 Feb
In this article, the author explores the connections between Jewish mysticism and the use of psychedelics. While there is no definitive proof of psychedelic ...
8 Feb
The Commentary Magazine Podcast headphones The COVID Reckoning Needs to Happen 8 Feb
James B. Meigs discusses potential cover-ups regarding COVID-19 origins involving political and scientific figures and criticizes the Secretary of State's st...
8 Feb
Ami Combining Halacha, Chasidus and the Practice of Medicine // Dr. Yehuda Sabiner shares the story of his unique journey 7 Feb
Dr. Yehuda Sabiner, a Gerrer Chasid and pediatrician, shares his unique journey combining Halacha, Chasidus, and medicine. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he t...
7 Feb