Simhah Viterbo was following “a long tradition of Italian Jewish women who made splendid textiles for their synagogues.”
Carl Levin, first elected to the Senate in 1978, served 36 years, becoming his state’s longest-serving senator.
The special envoy’s office was established by the Global Anti-Semitism Review Act of 2004 and largely focuses on global antisemitism.
The cardboard beds were rumored to prevent athletes from hooking up — and athletes took breaking them as a personal challenge.
In the 1996 Olympics, Kerri Strug landed a vault on an injured ankle and collapsed. She was hailed as a hero. But should she have competed?
A heartbreaking ending in extra innings.
“A Bintel Brief,” the Forward’s signature advice column, is now a podcast hosted by Ginna Green and Lynn Harris.
“It’s what I hoped,” said one rabbi.
“We fundamentally reject the notion that it is anti-Semitic to question the policies of the State of Israel.”
Jared Kushner will base his business in Miami and will open an office in Israel that will promote business ties between Israel, India, Persian Gulf.
We are a people whose foundational story is about being refugees, and whose modern experience is about many forcible displacements.
Weinberg’s beliefs were eternally complicated, especially when it came to religion.
Luke Hughes has become the third brother in his hockey-playing Jewish family to be drafted in the first round of the NHL Draft.
Joel Gasman’s ice cream store had costumers. But not everyone knew what they were buying.
“Everyone has to calm down about Netflix.”