Eli Valley’s latest comic for the Forward features a sea monster.
One Jewish day school is experimenting with adding technology and online learning to the curriculum
The Forward visits the first-ever Jewish wedding expo held in Brooklyn.
The Eldridge St. Synagoge celebrates 125 years with re-enactments, music and memories.
Eli Valley’s Halloween comic lays out the “horror of Israeli hasbara.”
Many people are staying in Red Hook even as Hurricane Irene bears down.
A young mother faces breast cancer and BRCA1 while raising two young kids.
An interview with Joseph Dorman, the director of the film “Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness”
A rough cut of a spec motiongraphic for the Forward for the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Factory Fire.
An introductory video for the People’s University for Learning & Liberation
A short reel of some recent projects.
The first installment of a video series with Gal Beckerman, who has just released a book on the effort to save Soviet Jews.
On September 19, the finalists of the Sukkah City design competition unveiled their re-imagined sukkahs in New York’s Union Square.
The Forward speaks with the religious consultant Sukkah City design competition.
Jane Eisner, editor of the Forward, visited Haiti in August to report on rebuilding efforts and the support work by Jewish and Israeli groups.
A video on a new falafel cart roaming the streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn selling falafel and Belgian Waffles.
Laurie Strongin tells the story of trying to save her son Henry from Fanconi Anemia.
An interview with the photographer Irene Fertik, who has been documenting the Ethiopian-Israeli community.
Set of photos from The Nutritional Lowdown On KFC’s Double Down for NPR’s Health Blog – April 13, 2010.
Photos showing skull deformation for As Our Skin Sags With Age, So Do Our Bones on Morning Edition — April 19, 2010
Portraits of Manny Leventhal and Ralph Reuter from This Arm I Now Raise.
Shell, Wyoming, mostly.
Just off Route 112 in Lincoln, New Hampshire.
The Maine Media Workshops and environs.