So far, the upcoming shows – including two in California – are still being held as planned.
The Jewish community had a lot to process following the 66th Annual Grammys on Sunday night.
This year’s Grammys will observe six remarkable musical Jews who left us this past year.
What this young and mighty synagogue pulled off at Pan Pacific Park was truly spectacular.
A-dozen-and-a-half tunes sure to get your dreidel spinning
For singer-songwriter Aliza Hava, music became not only a refuge but a transformative force that helped her navigate through childhood trauma and later prompted her to share a heartfelt message of peace with the world.
The “Light and Unity” concert is set to feature the performance from Zusha, speakers, a menorah lighting, sufganiyot, food trucks and beer and wine.
Singer Ari Dayan’s New Album “Sinfluencer,” Is a Catchy Satire — and 32 Minutes of Levity in a Difficult Time
Dayan spoke with the Journal about her new album “Sinfluencer” and how she and her partner Brett have handled being vocal voices supporting Israel this past month.
The hosting of the event at this prestigious venue marks a significant turning point in Turko-Israeli cultural diplomacy.
Black-Jewish Entertainment Alliance Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop with Gathering at Academy
Xzibit, Layzie Bone (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) MC Mazik (Blood of Abraham) and manager Steve Lobel spoke about the importance of Black and Jewish talents collaborating throughout hip-hop history.