Kish-Kash, a couscous-centric restaurant, will open in Manhattan’s Financial District in late 2016.
“No need to break in”, joke the room keys. Staff uniforms come from Mad Men’s costume designer. A sleek whiskey bar looks like the VIP room of the Starship Enterprise.
Israeli-born chef Kfir Ben-Arimade is the coffee-lover behind a new java spot in Harlem.
The brewery’s celebrating the 50th anniversary of the original Star Trek with two limited-edition ales.
With Ronco, Jewish entrepreneur Ron Popeil introduced America to the infomercial via Mr. Microphone, the Pocket Fisherman, the Veg-o-Matic and more. A new exhibit explores Popeil’s amazing gift for gadgetry.
Mr. Microphone, the Veg-O-Matic, the Pocket Fisherman were among the wackiest inventions Jewish pitchman Ron Popeil brought to late-night TV. Here’s a look at a Magnificent 7 products from Ronco.
Much of Melania’s speech may not have been kosher, but at least some of the food was.
Early Mercy, a new hotspot on Toronto’s hip King Street West, has been accused of copying art by Tel Aviv artist Amit Shimoni for its walls.
You won’t find anything fancy or nouveau at Boston’s new deli, Mamaleh’s, but you will find classic Jewish food, and maybe a little Yiddish lesson.
Alan Vega, born Boruch Bormowitz, was the prototypical punk rocker as the leader of Suicide. Michael Kaminer explains how the Holocaust and so-called Jewish trauma influenced his music.