My Tour of The Holocaust Museum With Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

In honor of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s April 27th visit to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Arthur Berger Senior Advisor at the Washington D.C. Museum, invited me to join fellow Sugihara survivor Leo Melamed Chairman Emeritus of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, to participate in the visit.

Seinfeld is Coming to Hulu. Yada, Yada, Yada.

Jerry, Elaine, George, Kramer and even… Newman have finally found their Internet pied-a-terre!

David Krumholtz's Bubbe Impression Gets Its Own Show

You may know David Krumholtz as that cute guy from Numb3rs. If you’re of a certain generation (ie. mine), you may remember him as Michael from “10 Things I Hate About You.”

Bloomberg Announces Winners of Genesis Generation Challenge

(JTA) — During a ceremony announcing the winners of the Genesis Generation Challenge, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wanted to set aside any confusion: “No, the [Genesis Prize] award will not go only to a ruggedly handsome international heartthrob named Michael,” he jested. Bloomberg last year won the inaugural $1 million prize, bestowed by the Genesis Prize Foundation for “engagement and dedication to the Jewish community and/or the State of Israel.” This year’s prize went to another Michael, the movie star Michael Douglas.

12 Things You May Not Know About Jewish Superheroes

It’s National Superhero Day! Many of our favorite superheroes were created by Jews. Here are 12 things you may not know about Jews and superheroes:

1) In 1933, two high school students in Cleveland, Ohio, Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel, created Superman. In 1938, the two young chaps sold the rights to Superman to DC Comics precursor for 130$.

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