March 28, 2020

Arts

“Making the Cut,” combines design and commerce, marshalling the resources of Amazon’s online marketplace to immediately sell winning designs. 
A young woman tries to break away from her ultra-Orthodox community and discovers that it’s easier said than done in “Unorthodox,” a Netflix miniseries
“The idea was to provide comfort, to say ‘You’re not alone, here’s what other people are feeling,’ and connect,” said JWT artistic director Ronda Spinak.
The film, which was scheduled to be released on May 1, has been delayed indefinitely.
Israeli Actress Gal Gadot recruited a few famous friends to sing an A Capella cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine” for fans.
“Remix Judaism: Preserving Tradition in a Diverse World” addresses nonobservant Jews with “a different model.
Meet the granny who was once a French Jewish spy in Nazi Germany.
Esther Amini offers an autobiography of a first-generation American and a biography of her Persian Jewish parents.
The show hypothesizes a chilling alternative history in which the United States becomes an ultra-nationalist, xenophobic and very dangerous place for Jews.
The sister group will be playing in delis in New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles.
Allen’s son Ronan Farrow announced that he would end his relationship with the publisher over the memoir.
The film “Skin,” peers through the eyes of real-life skinhead Bryon Widner as he attempts to find his way out of the Indiana white power group he joined at 14.
Taming the Lion at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills, follows a gay actor's fight between his sexuality and career.
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