‘We keep our memories alive,’ said the mayor of Trikala, where a new memorial was recently unveiled
My great-great-grandmother’s letters—in Ladino—paint a portrait of the Sephardic community on the Isle of Rhodes, moments before it was destroyed in the Holocaust
Annette Cabelli, a 92-year-old Sephardic survivor from Greece, shares her memories with young audiences across Europe
The East German-Bulgarian Holocaust movie ‘Sterne,’ screening this weekend at the New York Jewish Film Festival, is one of a group of visceral films made in Communist countries by or with people who survived the war
On Sunday, hundreds of members of the Brotherhood will gather at a temple in Long Island to observe the incredible milestone. The organization, which first met in a Lower East Side café in 1915, strives to connect to the youth today.
Economy Candy founder, who opened the shop in 1937, died last week at 97
Gabriel Negrin, 25, the new head rabbi of Athens, will soon become the country’s chief rabbi—with an eye on renewing traditions
Neurologist in Thessaloniki also had Nazi paraphernalia in his home
In 1942, the Jews of Thessaloniki paid in vain to release 10,000 Nazi prisoners
PM Antonis Samaras makes an unlikely visit to the Thessaloniki synagogue
The mighty culinary reach of the Ottoman Empire
A new book explores the rich history of Turkey’s Dönme, Sephardic Jews who converted to Islam in the 1600s
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