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Paintings from the Guatemala-based artist, who lives on a disused coffee plantation, canvas the museum’s entrance with color
It is not being investigated as a bias crime, according to a report
From Gal Gadot saving humankind to a tale about Hasidic fatherhood, the following months should be a blast
The man who played The Penguin and the man who played The Fly together as a musical duo? Yes, please.
Sagiv Lugassi, a student from Maalot, is reportedly the first non-religious winner since the 1980s
Michael Solomonov nabs his fourth award, this year for Outstanding Chef; Zachary Engel of Shaya named Rising Star Chef of the Year; more
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All eyes were on the president whose speech commemorated Elie Wiesel while denouncing Holocaust denialism
Eighty students from around the country created Duchifat-2, a four-pound, motorless satellite that will gather data about the lower thermosphere
Poland marks the 74th anniversary of the Jewish revolt against the Nazis
Seders far from home, but with family nonetheless, have taught me about the strength and mobility of Jewish identity
Teen Batia Bresca is the latest in an illustrious line of Jewish participants in the world of competitive cooking