Hope of the Valley pastor Ken Craft created The Arroyo Seco Tiny Home Village in Los Angeles to give homeless people a second chance.
Journalist Bari Weiss acceptance speech for The Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism from the Los Angeles Press Club
The new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles neglects Hollywood’s Jewish founders
On college campuses, controversy grows over department statements against Israel
On visit to Museum of Tolerance, Governor Gavin Newsom launches Governor’s Council on Holocaust and Genocide Education
A resolution to support the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement in the second-largest teachers’ union in the country met a quiet demise Thursday evening, defying a trend among public school boards that accelerated after the Gaza-Israel war last May.
Firestone’s survival story is immortalized in the new exhibit, which took five days to film over 1000 questions about her life.
“They killed my husband for only one reason — he was a Jew.” 40 years later, Fakhri Gedooshim shares the story of her husband’s arrest and execution.
The Great Bagel Off judged which coast has better bagels, East or West
A crumbling synagogue in a neighborhood long ago abandoned by the Jewish community just received millions of dollars from the State of California. At a time when the state faces urgent needs for affordable housing, homeless services and drought relief, you might ask: “A synagogue?”