David Wichs’ remarkable life of achievement and Jewish compassion started in Communist Czechoslovakia 38 years ago. It ended in a flash Friday on a blustery snowy morning in lower Manhattan.
The harsh reality (or not so, depending on your predilections) is that if you’re a man of a certain age, you’re hair is white, you’re Jewish — and especially if you wear spectacles — someone may think you’re Bernie Sanders.
From an early age, entrepreneur Daniel Lubetzky was instilled with stories of acts of kindness. Some life saving.
Abe Vigoda knew how to act, and to have fun, as evidenced in these silver screen, small screen, and red carpet shots.
A rocket fired from Gaza landed in southern Israel and IDF fighter jets reportedly responded with an attack on Hamas targets inside the Palestinian-controlled coastal strip.
Eugene Borowitz, a leading Reform Jewish philosopher and leader of Reform Judaism, has died at 91.
A prominent Jewish pediatrician was reportedly stabbed to death in her home in the tony New York suburb of Scarsdale Wednesday — and police are holding her estranged husband in the murder.
A Florida synagogue has voted to leave the Reconstructionism over the movement’s decision to allow rabbis to marry outside the Jewish faith.
A funeral for Dafna Meir, the slain settler mom of six, was held Monday amid a sea of grief.
Now that the United States and European Union have lifted sanctions on Iran, how are Jewish observers — from America to Israel, and across the political spectrum — reacting?