Moment My Life in Recipes with Joan Nathan and Robert Siegel Zoominar 14 Jun
Renowned author Joan Nathan discusses her latest book "My Life in Recipes: Food, Family, and Memories," focusing on her long career bringing Jewish cooking t...
14 Jun
Moment Nightingale of Iran with Danielle and Galeet Dardashti and Jennifer Bardi 13 Jun
Sisters Danielle and Galeet Dardashti, descendants of Iranian Jewish musicians, explore the lives of their father and grandfather who were renowned in Iran b...
13 Jun
Moment Avoiding Sleep on Shavuot: An Act of Denying Wisdom 10 Jun
Jewish tradition encourages staying up all night studying Torah on Shavuot to rectify the mistake of the ancient Israelites oversleeping when receiving the T...
10 Jun
Moment B’Ivrit | Desperate for Some Good News, Israelis Cling to Heroic Hostage Rescue Story 10 Jun
Israeli media coverage of a recent hostage rescue operation in Gaza has captivated the nation, with TV anchors shedding tears of joy on air and newspapers fe...
10 Jun
Moment Seven Species Salad & other Shavuot Specialties with Vered Guttman Zoominar 10 Jun
Chef Vered Guttman hosts a Zoominar exploring the tradition of delicious dairy dishes for Shavuot, the harvest holiday celebrating receiving the Torah. She s...
10 Jun
Moment Ayal Feinberg Connects Hate and War 7 Jun
Ayal Feinberg, director of the Center for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights at Gratz College, discusses the connection between hate crimes and Israeli milit...
7 Jun
Moment Mister Kelly’s Nightclub with David Marienthal, Alison Hinderliter and Joe Alterman 7 Jun
Mister Kelly’s nightclub, founded by Jewish brothers George and Oscar Marienthal, played a pivotal role in launching the careers of renowned artists such as ...
7 Jun
Moment Hate and War: A Stark Correlation 6 Jun
Ayal Feinberg, a researcher in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, analyzed the correlation between Israeli military operations and antisemitic hate crimes in th...
6 Jun
Moment Moment Wins 19 Rockower Awards at American Jewish Press Association’s 24th Annual Celebration of Jewish Journalism 5 Jun
Moment Magazine received 19 Rockower Awards at the American Jewish Press Association celebration, showcasing their diverse and high-quality journalism. Notab...
5 Jun
Moment What We Need Is a Brazen Type of Love 5 Jun
Rabbi Avram Mlotek discusses the increasing harassment faced by Jews in New York City, particularly during the Israeli-Hamas conflict, emphasizing the need f...
5 Jun
Moment The Double Bind of Israelis on Campus 4 Jun
Israeli students and academics on U.S. college campuses face a challenging environment due to anti-Israel sentiments, leading to ostracization, threats, and ...
4 Jun
Moment My Life in Recipes with Joan Nathan and Robert Siegel 4 Jun
Joan Nathan, a renowned figure in Jewish cooking, discusses her latest cookbook "My Life in Recipes: Food, Family, and Memories" with former NPR host Robert ...
4 Jun
Moment Decision Time in the Middle East 3 Jun
President Joe Biden delivered a speech outlining a proposed deal to end the Gaza war, putting pressure on both Hamas and Israel to accept it. Biden urged Ham...
3 Jun
Moment A Zoom Room With A View: One Man’s Window Into A Rafah Refugee Camp 31 May
Eros Salvatore, a writer and activist, has been connecting with Palestinians in Gaza through social media to raise awareness about their dire circumstances a...
31 May
Moment Claudia Sheinbaum: Trailblazer or Mexico’s Next Puppet Leader? 31 May
Claudia Sheinbaum, a frontrunner in Mexico's upcoming presidential election and a former mayor of Mexico City, is positioned to become the country's first fe...
31 May
Moment The Many Sounds of Matisyahu Zoominar 30 May
Matisyahu, a singer/songwriter known for his hit song "One Day," discussed his musical and religious journey during a Zoominar as part of The Pulse: Moments ...
30 May
Moment Nightingale of Iran with Danielle and Galeet Dardashti and Jennifer Bardi 28 May
Danielle and Galeet Dardashti, creators of the podcast series "The Nightingale of Iran," delved into their family history to uncover the overlooked musical s...
28 May
Moment The International Criminal Court Requests Netanyahu’s Arrest 27 May
The International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor, Karim Khan, has requested arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Min...
27 May
Moment Interview | Why An Atheist Wrote His Debut Novel About a Religious Family 24 May
Toby Lloyd, an atheist, wrote his novel "Fervor" about the Rosenthal family, a religious Jewish family, drawing from his own experiences and interactions wit...
24 May
Moment Opinion | Why I’m Boycotting My 50th Harvard Reunion 24 May
The author, an alumnus of Harvard, is boycotting his 50th reunion due to concerns about how the university and some faculty and students have responded to co...
24 May
Moment From the Newsletter | Is the GOP’s Grilling of College Presidents Tantamount to McCarthyism? 23 May
The Republican-dominated House Committee on Education and the Workforce has been conducting hearings on campus antisemitism, with college presidents like tho...
23 May
Moment The Many Sounds of MATISYAHU with Matisyahu and Joe Alterman 23 May
Matisyahu, the singer/songwriter known for his hit song "One Day," discusses his nearly two-decade career where Jewish heritage plays a central role in his l...
23 May
Moment Campus Protests in the Voices of the Students Who Experienced Them 21 May
The text features first-hand accounts from three Jewish students, Noa Fay, Meirav Solomon, and Zack Singerman, who experienced campus protests related to Isr...
21 May
Moment Making Art in Times of Conflict with Alliance for Jewish Theatre 21 May
Rabbi/Cantor Avram Mlotek, playwright Michelle Kholos Brooks, and David Herskovits, founding artistic director of Target Margin Theater, discuss the signific...
21 May
Moment Could Gallant and Gantz Deliver for Biden? 20 May
President Biden has faced challenges trying to influence Israeli policies, particularly regarding Gaza and Netanyahu's government. Despite efforts to provide...
20 May
Moment Jimmy Carter’s Forgotten Presidency and His Jewish Advocacy Zoominar 18 May
Moment Magazine hosted a Zoominar discussing Jimmy Carter's presidency and his advocacy for the Jewish community, shedding light on aspects of his administra...
18 May
Moment Jack Ruby: The Many Faces of Oswald’s Assasin 17 May
Jack Ruby, known for fatally shooting Lee Harvey Oswald on live television following the Kennedy assassination, holds a complex legacy. A new book by Danny F...
17 May
Moment Everyday Israel with Joel Chasnoff, Benji Lovitt and Sarah Breger 15 May
Comedians and educators Joel Chasnoff and Benji Lovitt, authors of Israel 201, along with Moment Editor Sarah Breger, delve into the intricacies of everyday ...
15 May
Moment Don Cohen: People Aren’t Thinking About The Election Yet 15 May
Don Cohen, a retired Jewish community relations professional from West Bloomfield, MI, shares insights on the upcoming election, noting that despite recent e...
15 May
Moment Deborah Pardes: News Without Substance 15 May
Deborah Pardes, Vice President of Swell in Los Angeles, criticizes the current state of news delivery, particularly its sensationalized and biased nature tha...
15 May
Moment Letter from Berkeley | What Do Campus Encampment Protesters Really Want? 15 May
At the University of California's Berkeley campus, a diverse group of activists are part of an encampment protest advocating for peace and an end to the Isra...
15 May
Moment B’Ivrit | The Israeli Press Doesn’t Know What to Do About Biden 13 May
In Moments' BIvrit column, the Israeli press coverage of varying news themes is highlighted. The article discusses how the media in Israel navigates reportin...
13 May
Moment Analysis | Chutzpah Gone Viral: Why Israel Produces So Many Cyber Leaders 13 May
Israel's success as a global leader in cybersecurity can be attributed to its early prioritization of advanced technology for economic development and milita...
13 May
Moment If These Walls Could Talk: Columbia’s Hamilton Hall—1968-2024 with Glenn Frankel, Robert Siegel, Susan Rubin Suleiman and Amy E. Schwartz 10 May
Columbias Hamilton Hall has been at the center of student protests multiple times, notably in 1968 and slated for 2024. During the 1968 takeover against the ...
10 May
Moment Opinion | Why I Cannot Celebrate Mother’s Day 2024 in New York City 9 May
The author expresses her concerns about participating in Mother's Day celebrations in New York City due to the anti-Israel and antisemitic sentiments she has...
9 May
Moment Interview | Aviva Kempner’s ‘A Pocketful of Miracles’ 9 May
Aviva Kempner's latest documentary, "A Pocketful of Miracles: A Tale of Two Siblings," delves into the stories of her mother, Helen, and uncle, David, who su...
9 May
Moment Ask the Rabbis | Can You Be Disqualified From Being a Jew? 8 May
Various rabbis provide perspectives on whether one can be disqualified from being Jewish. They emphasize that once Jewish, always Jewish, with certain criter...
8 May
Moment The Muses of October 7 6 May
The aftermath of the events on October 7 in Israel led to a profound transformation seen in the physical landscape of the country and the widespread emergenc...
6 May
Moment Five Players in the Campus Protest Showdown 6 May
As campus protests concerning Israel and Palestine escalate, President Joe Biden finds himself torn between protecting free speech and countering antisemitis...
6 May
Moment From the Newsletter | A Visit to the GW Protest Encampment 3 May
The text describes a visit to a student encampment at George Washington University, where pro-Palestinian demonstrations were taking place. The visit reveale...
3 May
Moment Opinion | Silencing Criticism in the Name of Antisemitism Awareness 2 May
The article discusses the implications of the Antisemitism Awareness Act (AAA) passed by the House of Representatives, aiming to adopt the International Holo...
2 May
Moment Is McCarthyism Alive and Well on Capitol Hill? 2 May
The article explores whether McCarthyism is present in Capitol Hill today, particularly in relation to recent congressional hearings on campus antisemitism. ...
2 May
Moment Israel Today: A Wide-Open Conversation with Yossi Klein Halevi and Amy E. Schwartz 2 May
Yossi Klein Halevi, a senior fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, recently engaged in a conversation with Amy E. Schwartz, the Opinion and Bo...
2 May
Moment Verdi’s Nabucco in the Aftermath of October 7 1 May
The article discusses the impact of Verdi's opera "Nabucco" in the aftermath of a significant event that occurred on October 7th. It suggests that the opera'...
1 May
Moment Jewish and Palestinian Teens Write—and Brave the United States—Together 30 Apr
Israeli and Palestinian teens, including both Jewish and Arab participants, engage in a ten-day trip to the United States to share their writing and promote ...
30 Apr
Moment Opinion | What’s Wrong with This Picture? 29 Apr
The article discusses a controversial award-winning photograph showing the body of Shani Louk, a German-Israeli woman kidnapped and murdered by Hamas, being ...
29 Apr
Moment A Jewish Activist Remembers Surviving a Bombing Raid in Nazi Germany 29 Apr
In this 2015 article, a Jewish activist reflects on her experiences surviving a bombing raid in Nazi Germany as a child, including the loss of family members...
29 Apr
Moment Survivors of the Nova Music Festival Dance, Honor and Heal 26 Apr
In the aftermath of the tragic terrorist attack at the Nova music festival in Israel, where over 300 lives were lost, survivors have turned to the trance mus...
26 Apr
Moment The Mystery of the Cairo Codex: On the Trail of an Ancient Manuscript 26 Apr
For nearly 1,000 years, the Cairo Codex, an illuminated Hebrew manuscript held by the Karaites in Cairo, mysteriously disappeared. The Codex contained meticu...
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