Last week, in a sea change for the world of art philanthropy, three major museums decided to reject donations from the Sackler family.
The memorial in Montgomery is evocative of Berlin’s Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
At the same time the Brontë sisters found they could only publish under male pseudonyms, Grace Aguilar wrote bestsellers under her own name.
The Beresheet camera also caught some selfie images with earth from 81,400 miles and nearly 165,000 miles away.
Get tipsy for Ruth Gins-B.
Omar had apologized after she criticized AIPAC in a way many believed to be anti-Semitic, but refused to back down after subsequent comments.
Larry Cohen, the prolific writer-director of “It’s Alive,” “Black Caesar” and “God Told me To” was 77.
The mosque’s imam said in his sermon that the moment showed “light can come out of darkness.”
“There is nothing to gloss over. These crimes are disgusting.”
Given the challenges posed by both traditional religion and the digital marvels of our age, Nathan Englander sounds a cautionary note.
“Israel did 9/11,” read one post.
‘Us’ has a conspicuous reference to Jeremiah 11:11. Here’s what that means for, well, us.
“So for every troll I get, I will donate $1 dollar alternating between IfNotNow and MPower Change.”
“What makes it worse is that this is not an isolated situation,” Gov. Cuomo said. “We have been seeing a growing number of anti-Semitic activity.”
Newton-John’s grandfather was Nobel Prize-winning physicist Max Born, a founder of quantum mechanics and a longtime friend of Albert Einstein
AIPAC told Haaretz that the event is informal. It is not listed on any public schedule.
‘We are ashamed…these crimes are disgusting.’
“If swastikas in playgrounds aren’t enough to galvanize our nation, what is?”