This year, as Greenpeace celebrates 50 years of environmental activism, it’s a good time for look at the powerful Jewish inspirations that have helped to inspire the non-governmental organization throughout its history.
The unsurpassed power of Dante’s language and its sparse antisemitic content have led many Jewish readers to champion the poet.
Christian Boltanski, who expressed emotions through conceptual art associated with Judaism as well as universal experience, has died at 76.
100 years ago, the duo of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy appeared in their first film together. Some of their work featured Jewish allusions and jokes.
The life and work of the soprano, like the art of opera itself, was basically all about tsuris.
The avowed Trotskyite who amassed a breathtaking collection of art has died at the age of 97.
Like the protagonist of the Dreyfus Affair, the Rosenbergs were unsympathetic Jewish victims of malfeasance.
A law partner of Clarence Darrow, the poet Edgar Lee Masters was persistently occupied with Jewish history and lore.
With the passing of actor Gavin MacLeod, we look back on the Jewish elements of ‘The Love Boat,” where MacLeod played Captain Merrill Stubbing.
Walter Kissinger, longtime president of the Allen Group, a provider of automobile accessories and services, has died at the age of 96.