With “Whiter Shade of Pale,” they wrote one of the most memorable pop songs ever. But the band’s Jewish history is less well-known.
31 years after the nuclear accident at Chernobyl, Anna Khandros returns to the land of her Jewish ancestors.
Albert Freedman, an architect of reality TV and an inspiration for Robert Redford’s film ‘Quiz Show’ has died at the age of 95.
‘American Gods,’ the new phantasmagorical series on Starz, has its roots in Neil Gaiman’s upbringing with Jewish Scientologists.
Bereavement and bravery loom large in Israel’s memory this time of year as we remember the Holocaust and honor the fallen on Memorial Day.
Radiohead is scheduled to play Tel Aviv in July. But Roger Waters, Desmond Tutu and others are urging them to rethink that decision.
120 years ago, the Forward started with a one-page edition that cost one penny.
Today we’re kicking off an exciting celebration – and we’re thrilled you’re part of it. The Forward turns 120 this month – it’s a milestone in Jewish years, and a momentous birthday.
Sure, Bette Midler is a star and “Hello, Dolly!” is a classic. But is the Tony Award-winning musical any, well, good?
For Jewish scientists, the April 22 march is a matter of professional and religious conviction.
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