The subject of James Traub’s new book, Judah Benjamin, secretary of state of the Confederacy is one of the most reviled Jewish figures in history.
A mix of drama, comedy and documentary, many of the films focus on relationships between Palestinians and Israelis.
The swearing-in also makes Levine the first known transgender four-star officer in U.S. history.
The short film series focuses on the experiences of Asian-American Jews. In this segment, participants discuss media representation.
The sons of Yisroel Goldstein promised to give up control of a nonprofit the rabbi used to commit wire fraud. Instead, people say, they’re looting it.
During Domestic Violence Awareness month SHALVA reaches out to Chicago Jewish community
The pandemic has given those with an interest in Ladino more opportunities to study it, with many online classes and Zoom meetups.
Scholars believe the enigmatic writings contain potentially groundbreaking ideas in the realms of Jewish thought.
The findings follow a massive leak of records from the secretive world of offshore financial services known as the Pandora Papers.
The pleasure of James Bond movies is bound up in the pleasure of living briefly in a world where we do not need to question our faith.
“Thinking of You, I Mean Me, I Mean You,” an immersive exhibit about the work of the artist Barbara Kruger is really an anti-retrospective.
Hulu has nabbed the rights to air the eight-episode variety series, a sequel to the classic 1981 film.
His family-owned cattle farm has had a booth at the Union Square Greenmarket every Friday since June.
Yiddish ‘has served me so well over the last 60 years,’ Powell said in a 2017 speech.
After Paul Hollywood’s “Cholla Loaf” and Prue Leith’s babka insults, a win — Jurgen Krauss incorporated matzah and charoset into his bake this week.
In Zucker’s films, many of the jokes that fall flat now were doomed to die anyhow, too topical to endure and too problematic to bear remembering.