In the Hilton ballroom, if you willed it hard enough, Palestinians were just a bad dream.
At a gala celebrating the centenary of Leonard Bernstein, doyen of a certain era of New York society, a sea of black outfits was clearly celebratory.
There’s a first for everything.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on Al Franken’s accused sexual impropriety.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, looks forward to our (sold out!) gala in New York.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and Marc Kasowitz’s unethical behavior.
City Winery is hosting the Yeshiva University Museum Gala, which honors the Herzog family.
‘It’s so great when other people wear your clothing,” joked fashion guru and founder of Donna Karan Ltd. Donna Karan, honoree at the Lungevity Foundation’s Celebration of Hope Gala at The Pierre. Wearing a body-hugging black silk sleeveless dress, long black shawl, black boots and imposing triangular tribal metal necklace, fashion was not on the menu that night. Founder of Urban Zen Foundation, and the Urban Zen Stores which “marry philanthropy and commerce” Karan spoke passionately of her husband who succumbed to lung cancer.
“Imagine an Israeli museum receiving Botticelli’s (1481) ‘The Annunciation”— a monumental fresco, a great national treasure —on loan from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy,” James Snyder, Anne and Jerome Fisher Director of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem announced at the American Friends of the Israel Museum October 28 Gala at Cipriani 42nd St.
James Gandolfini was a star actor, and one who cared deeply about beliefs that we as Jews share deeply. Masha Leon looks back with fondness.