November 16, 2018

Tom Tugend

A gleaming Indian Scout 101 motorcycle, vintage 1929, helped kick-start the first Maccabiah Games in Palestine and with it much of Jewish sports history...
The controversial film “Foxtrot” opens with two somber-faced soldiers arriving at the front door of a successful architect,
To mark Thanksgiving, the Journal asked some of its staff members and others to recall people in their lives to whom they are grateful.
An ancient train, belching black smoke, pulls into a station near an unnamed Hungarian village and out step two Orthodox Jews.
One year after Israel’s lightning victory in the Six-Day War, David Ben-Gurion was asked what he now thought of the country whose independence he...
The bad news is that my grandson’s upcoming bar mitzvah will not be a royal affair. Queen Elizabeth has declined his personalized invitation.
Ron Dermer, Israel’s ambassador to the United States, made his Los Angeles speaking debut on Oct. 23 and conducted an oratorical master class for some...
A religiously diverse group of 400 came together on Sept. 13 to sign and support a declaration denouncing religious hatred and violence in all their forms.
Mitchell Flint, fighter pilot who flew combat missions for the United States in World War II and for Israel in its War of Independence in 1948, died at 94.
Comedian and filmmaker Jerry Lewis, known for his work with singer-actor Dean Martin and hosting the Muscular Dystrophy telethon, has died.
It sometimes seems momentous that historical events — the American Civil War, World War I, the rise of Adolf Hitler — were inevitable, almost preordained.
“Pray for Israel — Act for Israel” That was the fervent banner headline I splashed across the front page of Heritage on Monday, June 5, 1967.
In the early decades of the 20th century, Austrian-Jewish writer Stefan Zweig was one of the world’s most popular, prolific and translated authors.
“If I live to be one hundred, there will still be so many things unsaid,” Kirk Douglas wrote his wife, Anne, in 1954, shortly after their marriage.
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