“[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.”
“There is nothing photogenic about a peace process. No one wants to see a bunch of grown up men sitting around the table.
“93Queen,” Paula Eiselt’s debut, documents Freier’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.
(JTA) — “GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II” begins as many Holocaust documentaries do, with a history of the rise of Hitler and Na
If she didn’t join in sexist conversations with her colleagues, she risked being fired.
Itzhak Perlman, arguably the most famous violinist in the world, has heard plenty of questions in his 50-year career.