Just a few weeks into the pandemic, soon after we began sheltering in place here in California, the actor, writer, and director, John Krasinski, began broadcasting an internet series on Saturday evenings called “Some Good News.”
There has long been a very stale debate in the Jewish community over how to partner with Black America for change.
Fake news and social media exaggerate L.A. protest anti-semitism, say local leaders
A Jewish prayer for George Floyd
Jewish store owners recount a night of looting and protests in Los Angeles.
At 6 a.m. on Sunday morning, building security alarms were still ringing at retail establishments in the affluent Los Angeles neighborhood around the Beverly Center, where the night before, what began as a peaceful protest for racial justice took a darker turn into destruction, looting and vandalism.
On his 79th birthday, we take a deep dive into the song catalog of the son of a midwestern appliance salesman.
How Jewish Home for the Aging in Los Angeles has beaten the odds on coronavirus
Pickling and making stuffed grape leaves for Shabbat
Highlights from The Forward’s coverage of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg