This findings follow a massive leak of records from the secretive world of offshore financial services known as the Pandora Papers.
“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.
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.
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.
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 ‘Fan Fiction,’ Brett Spiner — who played Data on ‘Star Trek’ — mixes autobiography with fantasy, and a ghostly appearance by Captain Picard.
He was also the first military chief to speak Yiddish as a second language, and he loved surprising Jews with his skill.
Sixty years ago, in a scene reminiscent of World War II, Algerian immigrants protesting the “nameless war” were chased, beaten and shot in Paris.
Afghanistan’s last Jew, Zebulon Simentov arrived in Istanbul Sunday morning, its one more step in his long journey out of the Taliban-ruled nation.
“It’s overwhelming, really,” David Duchovny said. “Just to think of his vitality, and his commitment, and obviously his playfulness, too.”
Every picture in my apartment tells a story. What about you?
Russian Jewish Boxer Cletus Seldin, ‘Hebrew Hammer,’ fights in Brooklyn
It feels like an integral part of journalism: if someone has taken the time to read what we publish and write to us about it, they deserve a response.
The dessert also sustains a different tradition: the internationally popular show’s habit of not getting Jewish content quite right.
For hours each night I rocked my fretful body, trying to muffle my sobs, while everyone else slept. My only relief came from playing mahjong.