How would you feel if a family member wrote a book called “Forgetting the Holocaust”?
Creative Community for Peace (CCFP) released their first-ever report on July 19 highlighting various incidents of antisemitism that have been plaguing the entertainment industry.
The film “My Name Is Sara” tells the true and arduous story of a Jewish girl who survived by pretending not to be Jewish.
“Hollywood and Israel: A History'' shows the ping-ponging of historical events and the films portraying them.
A new book artfully explains how the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement has infected the entertainment industry and turned art into a political cudgel––and how to fight back against it.
At some point in all our lives, we lose a sock. It usually happens when we do the laundry. A sock gets lost in...
Author Catherine Shainberg, PhD, believes that day dreaming, night dreaming, lucid dreams and visioning can change your life.
Cohen’s performances, his state of mind, and the harsh realities of the Yom Kippur War are the subject of Matti Friedman’s recent book, “Who By Fire.”
Whether you love it or hate it, borsch is likely part of your Jewish cultural identity.
In “The Button Box,” a new middle grade novel, a Muslim-Jewish friendship is at the center of an exciting time-travel tale.
For anyone who is missing Israel, or has never gotten a chance to visit, author Herschel Katz’s book “The Clarinetist” is a thrilling way to traverse through the country.
Created and directed by Shannon Cohn, “Below the Belt,” which premiered at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art in May, explains this complex inflammatory disease through the lens of three patients.
Discovery takes center stage at The Braid’s latest salon show.
The United States indie rock band Big Thief announced they have canceled their upcoming concerts in Tel Aviv in the midst of pressure from the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
I was already familiar with Karen Guth’s previous book, "Bubie’s in Bidud (Grandma’s in Isolation)," her book that came out in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
In just six years in comedy, Gianmarco Soresi has made quite the impact.
Spectrum News One is not a typical television news network.
An upcoming opera concert featuring a collection of works by composers who were suppressed by fascist regimes of the 20th Century will be performed at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica.
Yes, the “Ace of Cakes” can also cook.
When comedian and Jewish Journal columnist Mark Schiff wanted to start his new podcast, he had one thing in mind: don’t make it contentious.
Two things are apparent when you talk to Wayne Federman.
Jonathan Kellerman called "The Hidden Saint" by Mark Levenson, “An ingenious, compelling mix of horror, fantasy, suspense and Jewish mysticism. Think Tolkien, albeit benefiting from a yeshiva education.”
Actress Jennifer Grey wrote her new memoir “Out of the Corner” to take ownership of her life story. Up until now, she’s felt as if everyone else has dictated her story.
By chance, several weeks ago someone — I can’t remember whom but please identify yourself so I can say thank you — dropped Dan Grunfeld’s autobiography at my home.
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