In ‘Sandy Wexler,’ the comedian plays a Los Angeles talent manager with a crush on his client
The Hollywood screenwriting duo behind ‘Casablanca’ and ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ playfully battled the studio boss over McCarthyism, unions, and Jews
Dave’s a Holocaust survivor. And I’m his driver, a college grad who dreams of bigger things for herself.
As a kid in 1970s Los Angeles, I thought my mother’s behavior was typical. Now I wonder: Could I have helped her sooner?
A new documentary tells the story of the Los Angeles food scene through the eating experiences of Jonathan Gold, the first food critic to win the Pulitzer Prize
Filmmaker Aaron Wolf was a ‘fallen-away’ Jew until he decided to make a documentary about his childhood synagogue
A taste of Iran at Kan Ya Ma Kan, an annual event celebrating Sephardic and Mizrahi diaspora culture
University president refutes investigation from local NBC news team
The show includes gold cornices, real estate enmity, and parables of striving and assimilation.
‘Hey Johnnie, why did you hit me over the head?’ Johnnie’s partner immediately said, ‘Shoot him.’
Al Seckel has left the country. But the world’s greatest collector of optical illusions left some troubles behind.
Although I’m stuck in Los Angeles, this year’s telecast made me feel like I was back in New York
In the late photographer’s first career retrospective, the ‘aroma of daily life’ lives forever
And things Jews overhear while passing for white people
The ‘Top Chef’ alumnus and owner of Ditmas in Los Angeles prepares to open Bedford Kitchen in Queens
The Los Angeles millennials behind Challah Hub take their passion to the streets and mobile platforms
The Day the Clown Cried remains the comedian’s most controversial project
Network’s first scripted series swaps housewives for primary breadwinners
After an epic rise and fall, the hip-hop producer is embracing his haimish side
‘I didn’t pick kosher. Kosher picked me,’ says ‘Top Chef’ contestant Katsuji Tanabe, who runs L.A.’s Mexikosher restaurant
You wouldn’t plotz if you lost a bingo game; zaftig is ‘more plump than heavy’
To Peter Himmelman, fame was no match for observance, and the music just got better
Shmuley Boteach—rabbi, sexpert, Michael Jackson pal—has led many lives. But none of them can obliterate his past.
Rachel Bloom is going to be funny, no matter what you think of her and her lewd, Jewy, borderline-offensive brand of comedy
The Jewish politician shares unfiltered views of his city, and his hamantaschen
Vandalized by pro-Palestinian taggers despite group’s pro-Palestinian stance
Marvin Hier puts two decades of documentary filmmaking to work—but for what cause?
The 42-year-old son of the city’s former D.A. emerges as a tailor-made fit for the polyglot metropolis
Shootings and a major drone strike mark a big news day around the globe
John Goldman relies on geometry and practice to help players from NBA star Elton Brand to actor Elliott Gould