Jai Chakrabarti’s novel ‘A Play for the End of the World’ takes as inspiration Janusz Korczak’s 1942 production of a play by Rabindranath Tagore.
Is ‘Blazing Saddles’ better than ‘Young Frankenstein?’ Is ‘Life Stinks’ Mel Brooks’ worst film? Let the argument begin.
The researchers discovered how at least 20 Jews were able to remain alive in the gutter for more than a year among rats and worms.
Griffith’s first hit record, “‘What It Was, Was Football,” bears a striking resemblance to the Yiddish novelty record ‘Getzel at a Football Game.’
“If I had to choose to be in the line of Heinrich Himmler or Albert Speer, I would have chosen to be in the line of Himmler.”
Joan Rivers’ estate is getting the last laugh.
The ADL is among the organizations speaking out in response to articles illuminating systemic policy failures at the social media company.
The ruling does not affect the $39 million Florida already has invested in Unilever.
Despite global supply chain issues, you can still get tuna and salmon sandwiches as a shipment of herring seasons overseas.
The results add data and texture to a picture of Jewish life on campus that has long been based on anecdotes and firestorms.
Richard Wexler sought to make fundraising more efficient by bringing together under one umbrella the main Jewish philanthropic bodies.
The new Yiddish cultural center will feature lectures, workshops, dramatic readings and exhibits.
The Israeli government is expected to recommend a new candidate for consideration after the leading candidate withdrew.
Sweden’s Jewish Central Council and other critics said asking students to consume and engage in Holocaust denial is offensive to victims.