A new Israeli Ministry of Justice video campaign may not be enough to eradicate racism and discrimination in the Jewish state. But it’s a start.
‘Shtisel,’ the television drama about a Haredi family in Jerusalem, is a breakout hit not only in Israel. It has also struck a chord with viewers in Europe — could U.S. be next?
Imagine you’re a kosher traveler sightseeing in Croatia and you’d like to make sandwiches for a picnic lunch. How would you know which bread is kosher, or which jam to look for on the store shelf? You probably wouldn’t have a clue.
Heartthrob Joseph Gordon-Levitt called himself a feminist while shmoozing with Ellen DeGeneres — and we couldn’t be prouder of the ‘Don Jon’ actor.
Meet the Crogel: One part croissant, one part bagel, crispy on the outside, flaky and buttery on the inside. Is the new mash up a good idea? The jury’s still out.
There’s never been any kind of publicity author Gary Shteyngart hasn’t liked, but it seems the same cannot be said about Canadian fiction.
It was only five years ago that Rachel Azaria first got involved in local Jerusalem politics as councilwoman. The young mother talks about balancing politics and family life.
A 1945 Holocaust documentary by Alfred Hitchcock will be screened later this year to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Europe at the end of World War II.
Police have recovered DNA evidence from two women in the heartbreaking double-murder of a Jewish retiree couple.
Mollie Katzen recently told a roomful of Google employees, who have wonderful meals prepared for them every day at work, to go home and cook.