Belda Lindenbaum, Pioneer for Orthodox Women, Dies at 76

Belda Lindenbaum, the co-founder of the Midreshet Lindenbaum women’s seminary program in Israel combining religious studies and army service, and other programs to advance Orthodox women, has died.

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A Tel Aviv Dinner Ready for Its Closeup

If you don’t capture it on camera, does it still have calories? An Israeli winery and restaurant team up to offer an experience that’s part dinner; part food-photography lesson.

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It’s International Hummus Day!

A new holiday started by a young entrepreneur is gaining traction around the world.

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Drake Names Toronto Club After Jewish Grandparents

Jewish artist Drake already has a reputation for being hip hop’s most sensitive rapper. So it comes as not surprise that he named his new Toronto club after his Jewish grandparents.

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Shalo-Um Chan Brings Peace to the Middle East

John Oliver made fun of the cute mascot of Israel’s embassy to Japan. But we believe the fluffy, olive-branch-toting white parrot has a long and fruitful career ahead of it.

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