Chaim Litvin’s family started out in the kosher certification business. But now his picture is the one appears on the bourbon label.
“Family Business” is studded with casual Jewish references and symbols, rare in a cinematic world that rarely features workaday Jewish life onscreen.
“the Democratic Party is trying to replace the current electorate, the voters now casting ballots, with new people,” Carlson said.
With almost all American Jewish teenagers living in Israel now fully vaccinated, students are making the most of their year abroad.
Board of Trustees had expressed dissatisfaction with the fundraising efforts of President Ron Liebowitz.
In a year like no other, with dining room tables turned into home offices, spiritual leaders would be wise to hire an accountant.
Jews are often thought of as successful, so when one is poor, they often hide their circumstances from others.
The Kennedys would forever be associated with “Camelot.” Their British counterparts would choose “Oklahoma!” for their lifelong love theme.
Almost two years into writing a weekly reflection, it’s time to freshen things up.
Amid GOP attacks, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs sent a letter to the Senate defending Kristen Clarke’s record on antisemitism.
Alex Tubis is a secular, Russian-born artist — but he’s got a lot in common with Akiva.
Philip’s support for Jewish and pro-Israel causes ran deep. His mother, Princess Alice of Greece, sheltered a Jewish family during the Holocaust.
A new exhibit looks back on a “golden age” of magazine photography driven by Jewish émigrés.
“The ‘real’ Oliver has a dimension and complexity and layers that you have never guessed at,” said Burns.
Like any minhag, or Jewish custom, there is much debate about its validity and acceptability.
A Lutheran chaplain, an off-duty doctor, and a recovering patient from cardiac surgery walk into a hospital room…