Marta Kauffman's remake of 'Shtisel,' a show popular with audiences of all backgrounds in Israel, will be set in Brooklyn.
And screenwriter Sharon Horgan doesn’t match the magic of her British sitcom ‘Catastrophe.’ There’s clearly emotional baggage more complex than hatred.
Few dispute the far-reaching effects of Dylan's musical legacy, but a debate has begun over his worthiness of a Nobel Prize while other masters of modern literature went overlooked.
A property broker wanted somebody to write a play about young Israel, never mind the plot. A young Jerry Herman obliged.
Some 40 rival houses across the country sell everything from notes by Herzl to Nazi memorabilia.
'The Russian-Jewish Cookbook: Recollections and Recipes of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union' offers a glimpse into the kitchens and rich cultural world of Russians speakers who immigrated to Israel as children.
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff 'Nude' disappeared from storage in Germany after Jewish owner fled to England.
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Carin Fishel is trying to finding love with an analytical approach.
Jay Schottenstein took most of the flak over the event scheduled for October in Rabin Square, after he was mentioned as a sponsor.
For over 60 years Stenia Veroslavsky created iconically Israeli textile products, which now serve to define a time of innocence when table etiquette didn’t involve iPhones and TV dinners.