Itzhak Perlman, arguably the most famous violinist in the world, has heard plenty of questions in his 50-year career.
Peter Engler seeks out the family that befriended him during his exile in Shanghai on the new PBS series “We’ll Meet Again.”
There’s a new star on Broadway and his name is — wait for it — SpongeBob SquarePants.
Making people laugh was the most important thing in my life until my son was born. With the diagnosis, it dropped in importance,” Smigel said.
Thanks to PBS, Jewish family learns they are related to Scarlett Johansson.
By his own admission, Rob Reiner was not the right person to direct “LBJ,” a film biography of Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 36th president of t
Paul Rudd, in a forthcoming episode of the PBS series “Finding Your Roots,” learns about the anti-Semitism his grandfather endured.
“I began to deny my Judaism,” Spielberg says. “I began to deny everything I had accepted as a child.”
Actress Jackie Hoffman’s roles in “Feud” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” came from some unlikely Jewish beginnings.
Friedman is the NYPD’s most decorated officer. He’s now the subject of a Discovery Channel docuseries.