My aunt the Blitz heroine
Joan Myers’s work in the Battle of Britain has been commemorated in an exhibition at the RAF Museum. Her niece Lucy Daltroff is kvelling
I’m turning 60 … is it time for a new profession?
With a husband who’s no good at DIY, Claire Calman’s considering a radical shift in direction
Would you eat Giles Coren’s lokshen pudding?
In his latest bid to cook his way back to Jewishness, Giles Coren attempts the classic Ashkenazi afters. It’s basically a rice pudding made with spaghetti, right?
Portrait of a refugee: Looking back at the career of Frank Auerbach
As a new exhibition opens of Frank Auerbach’s portraits, we look back at his career
Is being nice good for you?
Gaby Koppel tests the theory that performing acts of kindness boosts your mental health
Do I need to pay tax on stuff I sell online?
Our money maven Rosanna Spero advises whether you should be worrying about HMRC’s new rules on trading on sites like eBay
War babies: why having children is harder than ever
Bringing kids into the world is especially challenging now, says Chana Hughes
The pioneering gerontologist who fled Nazi Germany and revolutionised dementia care
Naomi Feil, whose family fled Nazi persecution in Germany in 1937, has died at the age of 91
The details of concentration camp life are brought to terrifying life
The toothbrush made by a concentration camp prisoner
The Jewish shoemaker who changed the world of ballet
How to get eyebrows like Eylon Levy
All the single (Jewish) ladies: women across the generations on the highs and lows of going it alone
What’s it like to be unattached and female? Women from their 20s to their 70s tell all
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The second season of the show is as good as the first
How Zabar’s became a New York Jewish institution without ever being kosher
To thousands of New York Jews, the Upper West Side grocery store is an institution that epitomises Jewish NYC
Meet the photographer capturing life on Israel’s front lines
Photographer Shahar Dekel’s world changed forever on October 7
Giant Brooklyn mural depicts Israeli-Palestinian friendship
Children embrace amid war and terror in new street art
Chabad’s tunnel disagreement is part of a schism that goes back decades
The recent disagreement is part of a long-running dispute over whether the Rebbe was the Messiah
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The best memes of the Chabad New York tunnel incident
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