An 82-year-old Jewish woman from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn was forced to swear on a Jewish bible that she wouldn’t call the police on her alleged rapist and physical attacker.
Hannah Horvath may not be the best person to give life advice, but Lena Dunham? Different story. The ‘Girls’ creator is launching a weekly email newsletter named after ‘an old Jewish man.’
It’s been two years since “Glee” star Cory Monteith died of an overdose of heroin and alcohol. Jewish “Glee” co-star and former girlfriend Lea Michele marked the day with a tear-jerker tweet.
In the New York Times, Letty Cottin Pogrebin slammed those criticizing Hillary Clinton’s feminism as ‘out of style.’ Anne Cohen writes that questioning Hillary isn’t a ‘feminist catfight.’ It’s important.
It’s another win for the Jews in the Hampton eruv wars. A federal judge has ruled that religious boundary markers called ‘lechis’ may be attached to telephone poles in the Southampton municipality.
Michael Bloomberg’s granddaughter was given the hybrid surname of Frissburg, a combination of Bloomberg and Frissora. Anne Cohen imagines what other Jewish celebrity mashups could sound like.
Didn’t think there was a Jewish side to Shark Week? Wrong. The show’s host, Eli Roth, has written an ode to the cold blooded killers he loves so much.
Burt Shavitz, co-founder and namesake for natural care product company Burt’s Bees, has died, the company said on Sunday. He was 80.