On the cusp of the new year, three Jewish cultural pioneers who helped shape New York’s identity died within days of each other.
Don’t miss out on this historic moment: “Now, Larry, it’s your turn to listen to me.”
Lander Grinspoon Academy in Northampton, Massachusetts will host a book reading by local drag queen Jenayah De Rosario as part of “Sparkle Havdalah.”
It’s frigid out; the flu is frightful; the government might shut down; hey, at least books still exist.
Around five million Palestinians around the Levant depend on UNRWA for public school education, health clinics, social services and employment.
How very… unlikely.
The terror organization said that Spielberg, a supporter of the Jewish state, “paid Israel…to kill your children.”
A Muslim beauty blogger turned down an award from the makeup firm Revlon over its marketing ties to the actress Gal Gadot.
Lester came to the attention of the wider Jewish community in 1968.
Ross Levinsohn, in court filings and according to eye-witness accounts, objectified women and referred to gay men with a slur.
Couples who participate in a trip organized by Honeymoon Israel will get a coupon for genetic screening, as well as information about Jewish genetics.
Moshe Holtzberg lit a candle and toured his one-time home, still sporting pock-marks from the terrorists’ bullets.
Anti-Semitic profiling seems out of control, and the film feeds into stereotypes, allowing its audience to demonize a stratum of Judaism.
Skeletons were strewn over the landscape until a public outcry caused a temporary stoppage. Can the Jews of Lviv still save their cemeteries?
Stunningly, “Paddington 2” — which is, in fairness, supposed to be quite good — is now the best-reviewed movie in Rotten Tomatoes’s history.
We know just who should play Ivanka Trump.
It’s difficult to think of a more compelling title for a Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic than that of one forthcoming in 2018: “On the Basis of Sex.”