Theda Bara, a Jewish tailor’s daughter from Ohio, became Hollywood’s first “vamp” despite having “a bulbous nose, an overbite and a definite squint.”
Here are the eight whiskies you need to get through the eight nights of Hanukkah this year.
The editor of Britain’s “Gay Times” magazine has been suspended after less than a month since being promoted from marketing manager.
Louis C.K. says of the allegations of his sexual misconduct that the “stories are true.”
Though some of the presentation is different, this story from the Forward on June 23, 1913, is all too familiar.
Recently the Forward received a donation of 66 cartoons drawn by a survivor of Dachau. And they are a lot of fun!
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust remembrance museum in Israel, has recognized Mohamed Helmy for his bravery in rescuing Jews in Nazi Berlin.
Todd Haynes and Brian Selznick combine to form one of the few excellent cinematic portrayals of deafness.
The first step for the Jewish community in coming to terms with American Halloween was being able to understand it.
Once home to Pele New York is again a formidable force in North American soccer. But who is the best Jewish player ever to play in New York?