Good Girls Revolt was a show we needed more than ever, and its cancellation speaks louder than words.
The makers of the Newsweek Top 50 Rabbis list explain their decision to end the project this year.
Newsweek will not be publishing its annual “Top 50 Rabbis” list in 2014, the magazine’s managing editor Kira Bindrim confirmed.
Newsweek’s ‘Top Rabbis’ list spotlights well-known names. The Forward told stories of real-world leadership — and there was little overlap.
When Mark Whitaker, the trailblazing CNN news chief, wrote his fascinating memoir, he found many links to Jews. That?s one piece of a truly American family story, he tells Jane Eisner.
Newsweek magazine, this year in conjunction with its sister publication The Daily Beast, has just published its annual list of America’s 50 “most influential” rabbis. It’s Newsweek’s fifth such list but the first time that a woman — writer Abigail Pogrebin — has been directly involved in the selection, which no doubt explains why the number of women on the list has more than doubled. This year, 13 women made the list; that’s up from 6 last year.
From the celebrated to the marginalized, from the heat of a summer antiwar protest to the searing cold of a Windy City winter, Chicago-based photographer Art Shay has been capturing unique, often strikingly ironic images for more than six decades. Thirty two of them, including pictures of John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, Saul Bellow, James Baldwin and Marlon Brando, are currently in display in an exhibit titled “That Was Then” at Chicago’s Thomas Masters Gallery through December 23.