Anthony Weiss


Henry Waxman Retirement Marks End of Era in Los Angeles Politics

By Anthony Weiss

Henry Waxman Retirement Marks End of Era in Los Angeles Politics
When Rep. Henry Waxman retires this year, his 46-year career will end. It will also draw the curtain on a generation of Jewish politicians in Los Angeles.Read More


Yiddish Tango Is Irresistible Musical Hybrid

By Anthony Weiss

Yiddish Tango Is Irresistible Musical Hybrid
Yiddish tango, the musical genre that packs crowds into the stately courtyard of the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, is a musical hybrid spanning continents.Read More


Rebooting the Black-Jewish Alliance in Ferguson

By Anthony Weiss

Cultural Leadership program participants in Crown Heights, Brooklyn Read More


Genesis Prize Foundation Launches 'Big Ideas' Competition, Backed by Bloomberg

By Anthony Weiss

Genesis Prize Foundation Launches 'Big Ideas' Competition, Backed by Bloomberg
It is now open season for those who would like a chunk of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s change and think they have a big idea up their sleeves.Read More


Hawaii Jewish Sen. Brian Schatz Clings to Lead in Primary

By Anthony Weiss

Hawaii Jewish Sen. Brian Schatz Clings to Lead in Primary
Saturday night was arguably the biggest night in Brian Schatz’s political career, as the results of Hawaii’s Democratic primary would determine whether he would remain Hawaii’s senior United States senator, or whether he would go down in defeat after less than two years in office.Read More



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