Leah Koenig looks into the proliferation of kosher certification in America.
Steven G. Kellman goes poking around in Nicole Krauss’s “Great House.”
Philologos wonders if swearing loyalty to a “Jewish and democratic state” really means anything, anyway.
Benjamin Ivry profiles Israeli composer Chaya Czernowin, whose works are receiving greater and greater acclaim.
And this week on the Forverts video channel Boris Sandler talks to Yiddish actor Rafael Goldwaser about his play “The Metamorphosis of a Melody” (Previously reviewed on The Arty Semite here) which returns to New York on November 11: