Spiffy in Silver: Zach Braff breaks out his best scarf for the opening night of Broadway’s ‘Godspell’ at the Circle in the Square Theatre in New York.
Gleefully Glamorous: Actress Lea Michele blows a kiss as she arrives at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York. While accepting her award, the honoree reportedly shared some juicy details about this evening’s ‘Glee’ episode.
Not So Serious Business: ‘Twilight’ star Nikki Reed cracks up onstage during ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1’ Concert Tour at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta.
Portrait of the Artist: Photographer Cindy Sherman steps into the limelight to accept an award at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York.
After Watergate: Investigative journalist Carl Bernstein attends the 2011 New-York Historical Society History Makers Awards at The Waldorf-Astoria Starlight Roof in New York.
Funny Lady: Chelsea Handler accepts an award onstage at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York.
Living Legend: Feminist and ‘Ms.’ founder Gloria Steinem accepts a lifetime achievement award at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York.
Lusia Horowitz left pre-state Israel to fight fascism in Spain — and wound up being captured by the Nazis and sent to die at Auschwitz. Share her remarkable story — told in her letters.
Vered Guttman doesn't usually get nervous about cooking for 20 people, even for Passover.
But last night was a bit different. She was cooking for the Obamas at the White House Seder.
A grumpy Jewish grandfather is wary of his granddaughter's celebrating Easter with the in-laws. But the Seesaw says it might just make her appreciate Judaism more. What do you think?
“Twist and Shout.” “Under the Boardwalk.” “Brown-Eyed Girl.” What do these great songs have in common? A forgotten Jewish songwriter. We tracked him down.
What can we learn from tragedies like the rampage in suburban Kansas City? For one thing, we must keep our eyes on the real threats that we as Jews face.
When is a legume not necessarily a legume? Philologos has the answer.
"Sometime in my childhood, I realized that the Exodus wasn’t as remote or as faceless as I thought it was, because I knew a former slave. His name was Hersh Nemes, and he was my grandfather."
Share this moving Passover essay!
"We are not so far removed from the tragedies of the past, and as Jews sit down to the Seder meal, this event is a teachable moment of how the hatred of Jews-as-Other is still alive and well. It is not realistic to be complacent."
Aperitif Cocktail, Tequila Shot, Tom Collins or Vodka Soda — Which son do you relate to?
Elvis craved bacon on tour. Michael Jackson craved matzo ball soup. We've got the recipe.
This is the face of hatred.
What could be wrong with a bunch of guys kicking back with a steak and a couple of beers and talking about the Seder? Try everything. #ManSeder
BREAKING: Smirking killer singled out Jews for death in suburban Kansas City rampage. 3 die in bloody rampage at JCC and retirement home.
For Mimi Minsky, it's screaming kids and demanding hubby on way down to Miami, not matzo in the desert.