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One of the stories in last week’s L’Chaim© magazine was about a US Holocaust Memorial Museum project, “History Unfolded,” exploring how US media covered the...

Fact-checked journalism

They say we live in a post-factual age. I for one, and I don’t think I’m the only one, still cares deeply about facts. There are still many outlets for fact-based...

‘Akte Grüninger’

Thanks to the Denver Jewish Film Festival, I finally had the opportunity to see a movie that’s been on my list for some time. My former boss, Sacha Wigdorovits, a...

The stamp depicting Dainty Miss Leitzel

Ringling Bros.

When I saw the postage stamp on a card I just received depicting Dainty Miss Leitzel, the World’s Most Marvelous Lady Gymnast — a past act at the Ringling Bros. and...

Memphis’ illustrious Jews

Randomly, the first page I turned to in my Memphis travel guide mentioned the Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art. Belz is a name that I had associated exclusively with...

The Patriots

The Patriots — the team everyone loves to hate. Probably due to envy. There’s a reason they call jealousy the “ugly green-eyed monster.” The Patriots have now...

Inauguration Day

When I was in high school, I had the great fortune of living just outside our nation’s capital. For all its ills, Washington DC is a fabulous tourist destination. The...

Resilience

As of November, I’m officially on the Netflix bandwagon. I signed on for the “Gilmore Girls” revival, and now I’m hooked. The series I’m currently watching is...

All good things must come to an end

We are, sadly, nearing the end of the IJN’s Signers of the Declaration series. In each of her weekly installments, Linda Berrettini-McGinnis has explored the signers...

Perfidy

Support, or non-support, of settlements notwithstanding, Obama’s action at the UN sends a clear anti-Israel message. Why, you might ask? Because resolution 2334...