This week, in light of another wave of horrific violence against Asian Americans and another wave of hateful legislation aimed at transgender people, I’ve seen
Yesterday, Tiffany Haddish won the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album for her Black Mitzvah. The special was released to coincide with Haddish’s own bat
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and the Council of American Jewish Museums have joined forces with a number
About a week ago, one of my coworkers came into my office, eager to show me what had just come in the mail: a new
On Friday, August 23rd, a new documentary about the making and impact of Fiddler on the Roof hits cinemas. On the same day, a new
The Syrian refugee crisis raises questions of when it is appropriate to employ the memory of the Holocaust in current political debate.
David Levy reviews the new film by Jake Witzenfeld, screening in New York as part of The Other Israel Film Festival.
The news of Leonard Nimoy’s passing hit me unexpectedly hard today, so I wanted to take a minute to examine why.
USY, the youth group of the Conservative Movement, has long had policies demanding that kids in regional and international leadership positions follow particular standards. Three
originally published on CastAlbums.org On the surface, Stars of David sounds like a cynical cash-grab show: a small-cast revue based on journalist Abigail Pogrebin’s 2005