By Aliza Arzt
The daughter and grandaughter of rabbis, she never thought she would fall in love with someone who wasn't Jewish--but she did.
By Jesse Tisch
Movie Jews tend to fall into three categories: Chosen, cursed, or assimilated. Would a less-than-flattering depiction of Jewish characters leave a bad taste in my non-Jewish date's mouth?
By Julie Wiener
The latest sociological assertions that Jewish women are seeking Jewish partners while Jewish men aren't fits with the author's experience.
By Rachel Sarah
A reader challenged the author, a patrilineal Jew, about wanting to date only Jewish men.
By Debbie Burton
Debbie is studying for conversion, and thinks her 15-year-old Jewish daughter shouldn't date non-Jews.
By Jane Larkin
I derive more connection and fulfillment from Judaism today as one-half of an interfaith couple than I have in the past.
By Jim Keen
A non-Jewish dad raising his children Jewishly wonders what he would do if his children marry non-Jews.
By Cassie Havel Morgenstern
A Catholic woman with a Jewish partner remembers her first Easter alone in a strange church in a new city.
By Heather Seith
The story of two sweet young eye doctors and how they got together.
By Micah Sachs
I have rarely seen a film get so many subtle Jewish cultural details just right: the pot roast at dinner, the goofy candle-lighting at a bar mitzvah reception, even the smell of mothballs in Leonard's parents' apartment.