September 22, 2018

Gabe Friedman, JTA

In the upcoming season premiere of the PBS series “Finding Your Roots,” Bernie Sanders does more than look at a printout of his family tree.
Those who read Playboy “for the articles” might mean it. In 2015, Playboy announced that starting in March, its magazine will no longer feature nude models.
As 5777 draws to a close, here are some members of the tribe — from pop culture to politics — we’ve mourned since last Rosh Hashanah.
Since Jewish star Julian Edelman is out for the entire NFL season after tearing his ACL, Jewish football fans may be looking for a new player to root for.
It was 5 a.m. Wednesday and Hurricane Irma was pounding the tiny Caribbean island of Saint Martin.
Two stars wore them, albeit for possibly different reasons, at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night.
Johnny Cash’s kids denounced a neo-Nazi who wore a T-shirt with the singer’s name on it during the Charlottesville far-right rally last weekend.
When the members of Radiohead take the stage in Israel Wednesday night, they will embark on one of the most politicized performances of their careers.
Mariah Carey’s latest trip to Israel hasn’t been full of excitement. She’s in Tel Aviv for business as the new face of the Premier Dead Sea cosmetics brand.
Israeli race car driver Alon Day’s rise to the highest ranks of NASCAR has been an unexpected one for a variety of reasons.
Yaron Versano, a 38-year-old Israeli real estate developer who has been with Gadot for more than 10 years, posted a photo of himself in a t-shirt.
Thom Yorke fired back at his critics for assuming that the members of Radiohead are uninformed on the Israeli-Palestinian issue.
The actress and model is set to star in the upcoming remake of “Wonder Woman,” a film based on the legendary DC Comics series.
Is Meghan Markle, an American actress and the girlfriend of the British royal Prince Harry, a member of the tribe?
Amanda Peet and Hank Azaria were guests on the show Wednesday and talked about their new IFC show “Brockmire,” which centers on a baseball announcer.
“Uncle Morty’s Gourmet Matzos Brie,” calls for the unusual method of soaking matzah pieces in milk. It also includes chopped onion.