JNSMay 19, 2022
Remnants of an ancient city, of mysterious inscriptions, caves and catacombs, not to mention gorgeous scenery—all are to be found in Bet She’arim, one of Israel’s...
JTAMay 05, 2022
One of Brazilian modernism’s leading voices was Lasar Segall — a Lithuanian Jew who spent the first few decades of his life innovating in Europe before tackling...
JNSApr 28, 2022
First, Harry Haft fought to save his life. Then, he boxed to find the woman he wanted to be his wife.
JTAApr 21, 2022
By Victor Wishna NEW YORK — Madeline Millman was just 17 when she took centerstage at the Adams Theatre in downtown Newark, NJ, stepping into the same spotlight where...
JNSApr 14, 2022
How did a non-Jewish director make one of the best Jewish films of all time? Did Frank Sinatra think he could play the part of Tevye? And why did Israeli prime ministers...
Andrew Lapin, JTAApr 07, 2022
Princeton University spent months planning an exhibit of 19th-century American Jewish art before cancelling the show because two of its featured artists had supported...
Shira Hanau, JTAMar 03, 2022
NEW YORK — Try to come up with the most Jewish spice out there and you might have some trouble answering. Ori Zohar and Ethan Frisch, the founders of the […]
JTAMar 03, 2022
Could the next Jennifer Hudson or Kelly Clarkson be Danielle Finn, a senior at Los Angeles’ Shalhevet High School?
JTAFeb 17, 2022
When she was cast as Midge Maisel’s mother-in-law in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” veteran actress Caroline Aaron had no idea that a series about a very particular...
JTAJan 27, 2022
By Jacob Gurvis COOPERSTOWN, NY — Josh Rawitch’s day-to-day is similar to that of any nonprofit executive: He speaks to stakeholders, supervises senior staff and...
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