The Jewish sister rock band Haim have gone from being paid in matzah ball soup to scoring a feature film.
Filmed in French, Hebrew and English, the show involves a French ex-pat living in Israel who is accused of murdering her husband on her wedding night.
“The Winds of War” and its sequel, “War and Remembrance,” established the late Jewish author’s reputation as a master of historical fiction.
Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay” will air as a miniseries next year.
“Salt in My Soul: An Unfinished Life” may prove the most difficult book you’ll ever read — because you know the ending.
“[God] is just incredibly vulnerable and needy, and at the same time all-powerful [and] decisive
Silverman grew up in Bedford, New Hampshire, where she stood out as a dark-haired, loud Jew.
It’s “the happiest story that can be.”
“Why do I play the banjo? There’s no sense to it.”
“As a young boy in Baltimore, the only two things I had an interest in [were] being in the circus and being an orthopedic surgeon.”