“Trayf” is an award-winning play that is kosher for those with a taste for Jewish-themed theater and anyone who has ever pondered “What makes a Jewish soul?”
Most Americans of a certain age still remember where they were when John F. Kennedy was killed in November 1963.
Is it possible to feel an emotional attachment to a restaurant you never went to?
“The New Black,” an Israeli TV show that depicts Haredi yeshiva boys like you’ve never seen them before, is now playing on the new ChaiFlicks streaming platform.
Forget judging a book by its cover: one look at the facial expression on Johanna Kaplan’s author picture on the back flap of “Loss of Memory is Only Temporary” will give a reader everything they need to know about this book.
Sharon Landau has an intimate understanding of the Israeli community in the United States.
Allison Josephs, founder of the website Jew in the City (JITC), has established the JITC Hollywood Bureau, which she views as the natural next step in her organization’s 15-year campaign to correct myths and misconceptions about Orthodox Jews.
Danielle Finn has been singing ever since she was a little girl. She had her first singing lesson was she was 7-years-old and was...
How does a Jewish British immigrant to Israel come to be the composer of music being played in honor of the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II?
“As We See It,” the Amazon Prime series that debuted on January 21, is a vivid statement of what’s possible when you create art in an inclusive atmosphere.
With the recent attacks on American Jewry in Colleyville, Poway and Pittsburgh, as well as antisemitism happening around the globe, it seems like hate towards the Jewish community is only increasing.
Steven Spielberg, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Andrew Garfield were the most prominent Jews to nab Oscar nods this year.
When Ezra Choueke was in his early 30s, he started interviewing his grandmother, Lucie Choueke, about her life.
The renowned Jewish translator of “Always Remember Your Name,” Ann Goldstein, was introduced to the sisters’ story at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new NBC show about families of different backgrounds switching homes, “Home Sweet Home,” may sound like reality television, but the Peacock network describes it as a “social experiment.”
When a worldwide lockdown takes you away from something you love, what do you do? Simple. You find a way to do it anyway.
Don’t tell actor Martin Kove that he plays the villain in the Netflix series, “Cobra Kai.”
Gene Simmons on Boycott of Australia Festival Over Israeli Sponsorship: “Leave Young Talented People Alone”
KISS bassist Gene Simmons criticized those boycotting an upcoming Australian festival over Israeli sponsorship, arguing that “young people in the arts” shouldn’t be punished over politics.
When Jill Moray was a child, she’d turn on the TV and watch go-go dancers. She was awestruck; when you danced in a cage, no one could bump into you, she thought.
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