A petition to institute a street permit from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. has been circulated.
A 76-Year-Old Jewish Philanthropist From Los Angeles Is One of the World’s Most Prolific Olympic Pin Traders
Marantz specializes in collecting pins produced by countries seeking to host the Olympics, pins made by official host committees and pins made by media organizations covering the games.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz sent a letter to Ben & Jerry’s on July 21 condemning their July 19 decision to cease operations...
106-year-old synagogue was the largest in the West from 1915-1951; now set to become a cultural hub for Jewish and Latino communities.
Graffiti of a swastika and the words “Nazi Pride” in all capital letters was found on a Beverly Hills street corner on July 14.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school board unanimously passed a resolution on July 13 condemning antisemitism.
The need to preserve ancient works of art gained added importance in light of their wholesale destruction by Islamic State
Recent data from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) shows that antisemitic hate crimes have increased by nearly 60% thus far in 2021.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has been officially nominated by President Joe Biden to be the next Ambassador to India.
Glaser Weil LLP and Sitrick And Company–two of the nation’s top law and public relations firms, respectively–have joined Arash and Benny Khorsandi of The Law Office of Arash...
The suspect smashed the glass front door, entered the restaurant and took $1,500 from the cash register.
Two months ago, Rabbi Moshe Levin launched The Jewish Family Library of Los Angeles.
In a June 18 press release The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles announced that they are part of a joint effort with several...
Headlining the speakers at the rally was Elan Carr, the former Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism
LOS ANGELES, CA—The Skirball Cultural Center announced that Sheri Bernstein has been named museum director starting July 21, 2021. Bernstein formerly held the position...
At some point, someone said that Jews have to have Chinese food on Christmas, and it stuck.
Julia Diamond discusses Grand Park’s role pre and post-pandemic and her connection to LA.
According to the report, the number of anti-Semitic hate crimes in the county in 2019 was 93; in 2018, that number was 79. The report noted that the 93 instances is the largest number of anti-Semitic hate crimes that the county has recorded since 2009.
Rabbi RBO leaves a legacy any of us would be lucky to achieve — one marked by a deep drive to make the world a more just and equitable place.
Thirty Chromebook computers and more than 300 headphones were donated.
"When political speech crosses over into the harassment of an individual, whether in person or online, universities need to act swiftly."
"It is essential that the CHP and relevant agencies guard against such crude expressions of hate and assaults upon public safety.”
The Pasadena mayor condemned it.
Principals and administrators have spent much of the summer ironing out multiple plans to return, whether in-person, online, or some combination of the two.
45 Israeli Americans gathered outside the Israeli consulate building on Wilshire Boulevard in Westwood, calling on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign.
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