Why Does No One Care About Jewish Heritage Month?

If you didn’t know that all of May is dedicated to Jews — well, you’re in good company. Nathan Guttman finds out why no one seems interested in our Heritage Month.


				Cincinnati Bound: A late 19th Century brass menorah, probably made somewhere in the Austro-Hungarian empire, is part of the Klutznik Museum collection.

After 13 Years in Storage, Treasured Jewish Art Collection Heads to Cincinnati

B’nai B’rith International’s dream of a D.C. Jewish museum is dead. But, after 13 years in storage in suburban Maryland, the famed Klutznick collection will finally go back on public view — 500 miles away in Cincinnati.


				
					Shul Fight
: The proposed sale of this 18th century pair of silver Torah finials, or decorative bells, has sparked an ugly feud between two of America?s oldest Jewish congregations.

Synagogues Fight Over for Whom the Bells Toll

Two of America’s most venerable synagogues are set for a courtroom battle over a pair of silver Torah bells valued at $7 million. The nasty fight could determine whether one of the congregations survives.

Shadowy Web Site Creates Blacklist of Pro-Palestinian Activists

A new website is publicizing the identities of pro-Palestinian student activists in hopes of preventing them from getting jobs after they graduate. Is the so-called Canary Mission just a modern-day blacklist?

Bitter Feud Erupts Over Hungary's Sweetest Wine

Hungary’s signature wine is a sweet nectar called Tokaji. Why won’t the owners recognize the Jewish family that once ran the vineyard — and was almost wiped out in the Holocaust?