December 13, 2018

Just Asking

Israel Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked has been a major force behind the ascent of the Jewish Home party, the third most powerful party
For comedian Elon Gold, this is a busy time of year, with stand-up appearances in his native New York, here in Los Angeles and in Israel,
The following is an excerpt of a conversation between Jewish Journal Editor-in-Chief David Suissa and Jay Sanderson, president and CEO
Playing the predatory agent Ari Gold for eight seasons on HBO’s “Entourage” and one film,  Jeremy Piven generated plenty of laughs
Many across the nation, Jew and non-Jew alike, are still coming to grips with what transpired at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh
Most people aren’t in the business of swinging presidential elections at the ripe old age of 30 but Halie Soifer isn’t most people. 
Named a James Beard semifinalist for Best Chef Southeast in 2014 and 2015, Chef Todd Ginsberg has made a name for himself
For the past nine years, Ken Fuchs has directed every episode of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” winning Emmy Awards for
The 1970s were a grim decade in New York: the city teetering near bankruptcy, the Son of Sam murders, Studio 54. 
After years of working in advertising, Michele Prince decided to go back to school to pursue a joint master’s degree in social work.
There are a lot of firsts in Mayor Eric Garcetti’s life. The 47-year-old, who was raised in the San Fernando Valley
As we celebrate Tu b’Av, the Jewish festival of love, who better to speak with than dating expert Julie Spira? 
He’s the attorney turned award-winning journalist who beams through your television screen on MSNBC five nights a week with his show,
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