The Jewish Exponent -Each week, the Jewish Exponent brings its audience of over 50,000 subscriber households in the greater Philadelphia area and around the country and thousands more on the Internet with local, national and international news, a hard hitting opinion section with a wide range of opinions about all the important issues of the day, features about people and institutions in the community, regional sections covering Bucks, Chester and Delaware Counties and the BuxMont area, weekly pages for kids, teens and college students, and popular sections on the arts, books, business, science and health, travel, food, dining and life cycle events.
Reform Judaism Magazine -RJ strives to convey the creativity, diversity, and dynamism of Reform Judaism. RJ covers developments within our movement while interpreting world events and Jewish tradition from a Reform perspective.
Moment Magazine - Moment is committed to portraying intellectual, political, cultural, and religious debates within the community, and to educating readers about Judaism’s rich history and contemporary movements, ranging from left to right, fundamentalist to secular.
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Jewcy.com -JEWCY is a curated platform for ideas that matter to young Jews today. We are dedicated to presenting a spectrum of voices, content, and discussion.
Nextbook Press -Inspired by the hunger for books on Jewish subjects written in a lively, intelligent, and popular manner, Nextbook Press’s Jewish Encounters Series brings together writers of the first rank with people and ideas and events from the Jewish past. The series, under the general editorship of Jonathan Rosen, is a collaboration between Nextbook Inc., devoted to the promotion of Jewish literature, culture, and ideas, and Schocken, with its storied backlist of Jewish classics
Tablet Magazine - Tablet is a daily online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture. Launched in June 2009, it’s a project of the not-for-profit Nextbook Inc., which also produces the Nextbook Press Jewish Encounters book series. Our archive holds all the articles and features that originally appeared on the website Nextbook.org.