The films that will put you in the mood for Hollywood’s biggest night of the year.
Dutch historian Ian Buruma retraces his British-Jewish grandparents’ correspondence spanning two world wars, and hones his own self-definition.
This Day in Jewish History 1933: A Surgeon Who Ignored Skeptics and Realized One of Cancer's Secrets Is Born
When academia scorned Judah Folkman's research into how tumors grow, Big Business agreed to provide funding.
Barry Deutsch’s comic-book series ‘Hereville’ empowers females and isn’t afraid to explore the religious Jewish world.
A scholar of everything funny explains where Holocaust humor comes from, why Jews are at the forefront of American comedy and why Israeli humor just isn't as smart.
The scene advertises 13th season of 'Wonderful Country'; Rabbinate, religious services minister 'vehemently denounce the use of Torah scrolls and a synagogue.'
Five years ago, they were too poor to hire a full-time rabbi. But Portugal's law of return for Sephardic Jews has breathed new life into the Jewish Community of Porto.
Hitting the slopes this weekend? Join the Deer Valley ski-in, ski-out minyan at 8,800 feet above sea level, the only one of its kind in the nation — possibly the world.
Parashat Terumah: 'And let them make me a sanctuary, that I may dwell among them.' God needs more than a house to live in; he needs a nation in whose midst he can dwell.
In rural Ontario, four Jewish women prioritize nature and ritual over the bottom line on Biblically-inspired Bela Farm.