By Marlena Thompson
Interview with David Marcus and Ita Daly, an intermarried Irish couple, both of whom are accomplished writers.
By Lindsey Silken
The best surfer in the world is a 23-year-old Hawaiian-Jewish dude who got a mezuzah for his door when he went to Israel.
By Penny Schwartz
A news article about Sandy Eisenberg Sasso who wrote God’s Paintbrush, the first children’s book to address the subject of God without connecting with one particular religion.
By Golda Shira
Profile of Kirk Douglas at the time of his most recent film about a Jewish family, It Runs in the Family.
By Chanan Tigay
Reprinted profile of Mathieu Schneider, an intermarried member of U.S. Olympic Hockey Team, who is raising Jewish children.
By Rahel Musleah
Profile of Marge Piercy, a Jewish Renewal writer and poet whose most recent works are featured in The Art of Blessing the Day: Poems With a Jewish Theme.
By Nate Bloom
Nate Bloom's column on interfaith celebrities looks at Jewish players in the NHL, Christina Aguilera's new child and Jamie-Lynn Sigler's trip to Israel.
By Esther D. Kustanowitz
Review of the play Jewtopia, including an interview with one of the authors.
By Lisa Keys
A news article about the marriage of White House staffer Ari Fleischer and bride Rebecca Davis, who had an interfaith wedding ceremony that displayed more Jewish elements than Catholic ones.
By Lauren Elkin
Profile on an intermarried French comic-book writer whose Jewish parents emigrated from Algeria and who uses the comic books he writes to educate Algerians in France about the many years of Jewish-Arab co-existence back in Algeria.