Read on for the best of weekend culture in New York, Washington D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles.
Don’t even mention the name Haman to me.
The Shlichut Institute will be launched on Wednesday in New York.
It’s Oscars weekend, and, for once, the often-predictable ceremony has the potential to be genuinely interesting.
While we mourn the lives lost in the Parkland shooting, art remains a balm and an opportunity to evaluate complicated social and political issues.
The exhibit offers a fascinating, immersive account of the Jewish history of chocolate making and merchandising.
Lester Wolff, who turned 99 on January 4, is the oldest living former member of Congress.
On Thursday night, Supreme Court Justice and pop culture icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg will speak with Forward editor-in-chief Jane Eisner.
“Holding an election on Rosh Hashanah will unfairly impede on the ability of Jewish New Yorkers to participate in the election process.”
“If we have the funding available to educate children, then I’d like to believe that we can fund literally bringing those children into the world.”