One group of Judaica scholars is taking crowdsourcing to a new level.
Today, every social movement has people advocating for them; who will advocate for Yiddish now that Gella is gone?
An article that appeared in an English supplement to the Jewish Daily Forward in 1924 arrives at an intriguing answer.
The New York Public Library just released over 1300 images (and gifs) from the original production of The West Side Story.
This year, The Jewish Daily Forward is celebrating our fulfillment of the Jewish blessing — “ad meah v’esrim!” — and marking our 120th year as the leading Jewish publication in the world.
On the 75th anniversary of Germany’s invasion of Russia, transcripts of interviews with Holocaust survivors help us remember the good along with the bad.
Lisa Moses Leff’s new book explores the scandal of Zosa Szajkowkski. The Polish Jewish historian dug up rare historical archives — then sold them to libraries, schools and museums for financial gain.
Second Avenue Yiddish Theatre scored a major coup when it signed on opera star Selma Kaye to play the lead in ‘My Lucky Day.’
Helen Broza was the first Israeli Defense Force officer responsible for overseeing women serving in the new Israeli Air Force.
Along with Lee Strasberg and Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford was part of a revolutionary movement in American theater.