The San Francisco Bay Guardian profiles Rabbi Michael Lerner on the 25th anniversary of Tikkun Magaine.
Watch a selection of Elizabeth Taylor’s best roles.
How Jewish playwrights adapted Shakespeare for the Yiddish stage.
Robyn Creswell interviews Peter Cole, translator of kabbalistic poetry.
For actress and comedian Jackie Hoffman, complaining is practically a way of life.
Israeli-born KISS bassist Gene Simmons speaks out against boycotters.
Speaking of which, Bob Dylan will be performing in Israel for the first time since 1993. Leil Leibovitz suggests a setlist.
HEEB talks to painter Gary Baseman about his new exhibit, “Walking Through Walls.”
A gallery of Arab and Palestinian art in northern Israel is thriving.
Two filmmakers honor Rabbi Joachim Prinz, “one of the most influential and controversial leaders of American Judaism.”
View a slideshow of The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
Out and About: Elizabeth Taylor's Best Roles; Translating Kabbalistic Poetry