Angelina Jolie’s decision to have breast cancer surgery struck a nerve in the Jewish world. A new medical ethics program is taking a second look at the risks of the BRCA gene mutation.
Amid the mourning of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, his efforts to help ‘chained’ wives must not be overlooked. He helped more than 1,000 agunot remarry after the Yom Kippur War.
A new social justice program teaches teens construction skills and Jewish texts. It’s designed for those who want to take time off before college, without journeying to Israel.
Here’s your dose of heartbreaking entertainment news.
Jonah Hill seems to have some sort of a personality complex. Although he’s starred in mainly silly comedies such as “Super Bad,” “21 Jump Street,” and the “Sitter,” he still feels the need to tell writers he’s a serious actor with a legitimate career.
Film critics have finally gotten an idea of what Woody Allen’s new film, “Blue Jasmine,” is really all about.
Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters and “The Color Purple” author Alice Walker have written open letters to R&B star Alicia Keys urging her to cancel her Tel Aviv concert.
Add this one to the list of eligible Jewish bachelorettes.
Jewish rock star Adam Levine has gotten himself in quite the predicament after he was caught on mic last night during “The Voice,” saying that he “hates this country,” after two members of his team were voted off the show.
Looks like the entertainment world has a new Jewish power couple.