Sheila Michaels, the trailblazing feminist who passed away recently, is only the latest notable Member of the Tribe whose ethnic and religious identity was erased by the Paper of Record
The Soundgarden frontman is dead at 52
In 1939, Metzger escaped the Nazis on a Kindertransport. His radical anti-art, or ‘aesthetics of revulsion,’ often dealt with the rejection of power.
For over 60 years, Rubinger captured modern Israel life—its leaders, wars, and people, including an everlasting image of three IDF paratroopers looking at the Western Wall after its recapture
The German-Jewish immigrant was married for 76 years and served Chicago’s Emanuel Congregation for 30 years, serving as an educator well into his retirement
I am forever grateful to ‘Momy,’ as he was known, because he helped launch my career years ago. But it was his lifelong devotion to Gibraltar that will last for generations to come.
The actress and socialite is dead at the age of 99
Hill, who died this week at the age of 94, once asked himself: ‘Was I born just to memorize lines?’
‘A great independent and irreverent spirit and a moralizing political dissident in the great Russian tradition’
A Chicagoan whose parents spoke Yiddish, Mikva received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2014 for a lifetime of public service. He died on July 4.