The iconic look of “Fiddler on the Roof” is due in no small part to the show’s original costume designer, Patricia Zipprodt.
Women in the ‘Harry Potter’ follow-up trailer get to cry, turn into snakes, and run to keep up with powerful men.
The since-deleted post featured a photo of Ginsburg with the caption, “Abraham Lincoln grabbed my ass in 1862.”
The court said a Kuwaiti ban on Israeli citizens was “unacceptable,” but couldn’t help that the Germany-Thailand flight had a Kuwait layover.
Chuck Schumer said Mitch McConnell owes Christine Blasey Ford “an apology” for calling her assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh a “smear job.”
He had the realistic-looking device with him for a sales demonstration with a branch of the United States military.
Netanyahu: Rail rings a “new era for Jerusalem and the state of Israel.” Palestinians: Israel is “illegally making use of occupied Palestinian land.”
Mainstream Jewish organizations and community leaders have condemned the AfD for its xenophobic views and neo-Nazi associations.
Rosen is football’s newest baller Jewish boy-toy — descended from ice skaters, he is a new generation of self-promoter.
The Security Cabinet blamed the downing of a Russian surveillance plane last week on the “irresponsible actions” of the Syrian military.
It features a photo of a cemetery with the German text for “abortion will set you free,” designed like the logan over Auschwitz-Birkenau.
I relate so much to Wendy in “Peter Pan,” because she has to grow up. She can’t be a kid forever.
Sounds perfect for Simchat Torah!
“I’m willing to believe that I don’t know who wanted this meeting,” Rob Goldstone told NBC.
The episode is Bourdain at his best.
The ZOA’s Mort Klein spent two days and nearly twenty tweets last week doubling down on his use of the phrase “filthy Arab” in a nighttime tweet.
Moriel Rothman-Zecher won for “Sadness Is a White Bird” and Hannah Lillith Assadi for her book “Sonora.”
Move over, “Ring Cycle,” there’s a new opera epic in the works.