Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin defined 1970’s chic. Now, their 15-year-old granddaughter, Alice Attal, is picking up the family fashion mantle in a new ad campaign.
How do you recreate yourself as a political sage after being disgraced for a string of sexual escapades? If you’re Dominique Strauss-Kahn, you do it by leveraging the world’s economic woes.
Los Angeles police recently searched the home of Kiss rock singer Gene Simmons but said neither Simmons or his family were the targets of their inquiry.
Rachel Gross has tried to claim a Chinese and Jewish identity simultaneously — only to be told that she doesn’t count as either. Can she straddle the divide between cultures without being deemed inauthentic?
Here’s a guy you might not have expected would have had an extensive audiotape collection: Osama Bin Laden. Here’s who you definitely wouldn’t expect to be found in it: an Algerian Jew.
Larry Cohler-Esses continues his historic report from inside Iran with a look at the country’s Jews. The community is allowed to practice its faith in the Islamic Republic — but must accept strict rules barring support for Israel.
Bryan Cranston stars as Dalton Trumbo, one of the Hollywood Ten blacklisted during the Red Scare, in a new biopic. He may not have been Jewish, but he did write ‘Exodus.’
With Donald Trump dominating the news cycle, Masha Leon remembers her many encounters with the real estate mogul and GOP presidential hopeful.
After Gal Beckerman diagnosed the ‘pathology’ plaguing American Jews, we invited Forward readers to prescribe solutions. Here are seven of your responses.
Russian Jews are thankful for all that American Jews have done for them, Benjamin Goldschmidt writes. But they’re sick of being treated like adopted orphans.