Amos Oz Looks Forward — and Back

In a wide-ranging interview at his home in Israel, Amos Oz talks about the origins of his politics and his art his new Natalie Portman film and the one book of his that he still re-reads.


Russ & Daughters Going Big in Brooklyn

The iconic family-owned Jewish appetizing shop on Manhattan’s Lower East Side is opening a second retail location, in Brooklyn.

Jewish Celebs Split on Hillary vs. Bernie Race

The entertainment industry famously, or infamously, depending on your perspective, leans Democratic. And Jewish celebrities are no exception.


How Klezmer United Jews of One Post-Soviet Russian City

When the six members of the Simcha klezmer band hauled their instruments into a dilapidated rehearsal space, no one suspected they were about to hijack a government building in this large, clean city some 450 miles east of Moscow.

'Weiner' a Winner at Sundance — Takes Top Documentary Prize

“Weiner,” a film about the mayoral campaign of Anthony Weiner, the disgraced New York Jewish congressman, and the landscape of today’s politics, won the the U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.

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