It’s no easy task to put together six exhibitions of contemporary Jewish art in the Holy City of Jerusalem. For Ram Ozeri, the logistics nearly rivaled his wedding.
If you saw Richard Parks’ 2011 documentary short, “Music Man Murray,” then you’ll know that Murray Gershenz was looking for a long time to sell his famous used record business (also called Music Man Murray) and its collection of more than 300,000 records.
The Pittsburgh Jewish Newspaper Project is putting every edition of four different newspapers online, going back to 1895 — a treasure trove of community history.
Footage from a never-released Jerry Lewis Holocaust film buried since the early 1970s was unearthed on YouTube on Saturday. The now-87-year-old Jewish comedic actor had promised that no one would ever see what he admitted was the “bad, bad, bad” film titled, “The Day the Clown Cried.”
In Jerusalem you have to be on the lookout for suspicious objects, but The Tower of David museum has some you’ll want to take a closer look at.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has enjoyed a soaring career on the bench. Now, the Supreme Court justice’s relationship with conservative Antonin Scalia is being made into an opera.
Specially made View-Master reels curated by Tal Erez allow visitors to see the Holy City from many different perspectives — 18, to be precise.
An exhibit tells the untold story of how quilting stiched together decades of kibbutz life. It showcases artistic skill — and political statements as well.