March 20, 2019

Oren Peleg

Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg clicked to the first photo of her presentation, and on a large screen at the Skirball Cultural Center displayed her nondescript workplace at Yad Vashem’s art museum.
Many gathered to attend Vital Transformation's event for those affected by the November wildfires and the Borderline shooting
More than 300 people convened at the Skirball Cultural Center on Dec. 12 for the TAU International Gala to honor Henry and Susan Samueli
More than a decade ago, Israeli-born Shoham Nicolet arrived in Los Angeles with a dream. A former lieutenant in an elite Israel
When Shalhevet High School welcomed students and families from around the country for its five-day Steve Glouberman Basketball Tournament
Many across the nation, Jew and non-Jew alike, are still coming to grips with what transpired at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh
Even on the heels of California’s historic drought, water use has steadily returned to pre-drought levels, particularly in affluent Southern
More than a decade before David Ben-Gurion declared Israeli independence from the confines of a Tel Aviv bomb shelter,
Most people aren’t in the business of swinging presidential elections at the ripe old age of 30 but Halie Soifer isn’t most people. 
Or Taicher, one of the founders of Israel’s social flash mob-style sing-along craze Koolulam, searches for inspiration to start his day.
On a recent Friday night, more than a dozen guests filled Jenn Weingarten’s cozy Inglewood home.
Admittedly nervous, 16-year-old Eli Susman sat on the steps outside the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills...
Several weeks ago, Ruben Duran, 51, was driving on the 101 Freeway when he noticed a restaurant in the heart of Boyle Heights that...
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