May 26, 2019


In 1979, the miniseries “Holocaust” had viewers in Europe glued to their TVs, and on March 3, 1994, Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” opened in Berlin.
The Disney Channel series “Andi Mack” frequently celebrates Jewish rites-of-passage. This week's epsisode features a shiva.
World War II movies frequently feature daredevil heroes, but for sheer guts and ingenuity it’s hard to beat young Jews in “The Invisibles.”
The Journal attended the 76th Golden Globes, when even before stars hit the carpet models were handing out Fiji waters and Champagne. 
You don’t have to be Jewish to write a play called “Forever Brooklyn: A Kosher Musical Comedy.” Just ask the playwright: Mark W. Curran.
"I was not quite Mexican enough to be Mexican and not Jewish enough because I wasn’t raised in a Jewish household," Giselle Fernandez said
What does a Jew who doesn’t fancy the traditional visit to a Chinese restaurant do on Christmas Eve? Watch "Fiddler on the Roof."
Bela Fleck, the banjo virtuoso, continues to take the instrument most closely identified with country and blue grass into musical realms
A senior living residence is generally not the setting for an offbeat romantic film. “The Second Time Around,” is the exception.
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