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The National Yiddish Theatre revival of ‘The Golden Bride’ is an energetic operetta now playing at New York’s Museum of Jewish Heritage
On the first night of Hanukkah, Hasidic rockers Bulletproof Stockings played New York’s Webster Hall
The gruff and tough presidential hopeful was voted as ‘Person of the Year’ by ‘Time’ magazine’s readers
‘It is very important that light prevails over darkness and good prevails over evil’
That’s $45 billion at the current market value
Filmmaker Aaron Wolf was a ‘fallen-away’ Jew until he decided to make a documentary about his childhood synagogue
Barbra Streisand, Stephen Sondheim, Steven Spielberg, and Itzhak Perlman were among the 17 recipients of the highest civilian honor.
A ‘troublemaker’ in building 11 took issue with the penny-stakes games taking place in the clubhouse at the Altamonte Springs condominiums
It’s been 100 years since the Nobel Prize-winning physicist delivered his groundbreaking General Theory of Relativity
A rag-tag group of caring Jews came to the aid of about 300 stranded passengers on their way from Israel to Los Angeles
University president refutes investigation from local NBC news team
The actress, folk singer, and new mom reportedly converted for her husband
The actress will play Deborah Lipstadt, the Jewish history scholar who was sued for libel by David Irving after she labeled him a ‘Holocaust denier’
It’s Jewish Book Month, a tradition begun in 1925 that today is run by the Jewish Book Council
Lawsuit lists NBC Universal, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and rapper Eazy-E’s widow, among others
IDF Veteran Adi Deutsch lost his leg to a land mine when he was 20 years old. Nearly three decades later, and now a seasoned triathlete, he’ll run the New York City Marathon on Sunday.
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