September 20, 2018

Mark Miller

Nell Scovell is one of the few women who has managed to carve out a strong writing career in the male-dominated world of television.
My writing had gotten stale. I needed a creative boost. I’d taken workshops over the years, but I always had the nagging feeling that...
He’s the attorney turned award-winning journalist who beams through your television screen on MSNBC five nights a week with his show,
Is television reflective of society? And if not, what can be done about it? These were just two of the questions posited at a recent...
Long before Joan Alexandra Molinsky — better known as the legendary Joan Rivers — died in September 2014 at age 81,
Miriam Gabay says she’s “not quite 100 percent Orthodox,” but she invites up to a dozen guests each week to her Miracle Mile-area...
Saxophonist Kenneth Bruce Gorelick, better known by his stage name, Kenny G, rose to fame in the 1980s and ’90s, becoming one of the...
Standup comedian Mark Schiff has been a headliner at all the major casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.
In his new documentary, “Roadmap Jerusalem,” Rabbi Nolan Lebovitz argues that Israel should control access to all the religious sites...
How do you say goodbye to a room that holds 63 years of special memories for generations of families? The Temple Beth Am community...
What do you get when a master writer meets a master magician? If it’s David Mamet and Ricky Jay, you get an evening of fascinating and...
When one thinks of the late Elie Wiesel, one envisions him as the embodiment of Jewish values and a central part of the Jewish community.
The second night of Passover was particularly special this year for members of B’nai Horin (Children of Freedom),
You know the old story about parents leaving the house and then their kids going crazy by throwing wild parties and misbehaving?
As jews sit down to Passover seders to retell the story of when our ancestors were slaves and refugees, Jewish World Watch (JWW),
Morris “Moe” Treibitz is doing surprisingly well today, having survived homelessness, heroin addiction and a decade in prison for...
Actress and director Melanie Mayron has managed to carve out a long career in Hollywood. Now 65 years old, she landed her...
At “United Colors of Jews — A Storytelling Event,” members of the community got an opportunity to share stories of their diverse...
By the time Ed Solomon was 21, while he was still a student at UCLA, he was a staff writer on the ABC sitcom “Laverne & Shirley” —
American Jews’ relationship to Israel can be complex and emotional, but in Avi Liberman’s case, it’s also humorous.
Phil Rosenthal is best known as the creator, writer and executive producer of the critically acclaimed CBS sitcom...
Why in the world would anyone want to study Jewish history? This was the question addressed by David N. Myers at a Feb. 13 book talk...
In the middle of the night, in grave danger, Syrian mothers bring their critically ill and wounded children to the Israeli border.
On a recent Sunday, I caME TO A crossroads in my life, where I was forced to make an important choice: either do my bills and laundry or...
You’re not going to believe this: There are actually full-grown, college-educated Jewish human beings who are completely unaware of the...
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