It's almost Valentine's Day and that means love is in the air...read on to learn how these Jewish singles found love within the faith!
More than anything, Sarah Aaronsohn wanted to protect her colleagues, and the prospect of a Jewish state, which she so strongly believed in.
In the mood for some Pesach music, but not quite ready for Chad Gadya? We've got you covered.
Like his fellow competitors on American Ninja Warrior, 25-year-old Akiva Neuman pushed himself to his physical limits.
Stanley Kubrick was one of Hollywood’s, and the world’s, most beloved cinema directors.
Over time, Spinoza came to be known as the prince of philosophers, and is considered by many to be a standard by which other philosophers model themselves.
William Shatner is known for his role as Captain Kirk on Star Trek, but his interests expand beyond acting, making this Jewish Canadian a Renaissance man.
Jan Karski was a man on a mission. A mission so important to Karski that it remained his life’s purpose more than 60 years after he was first assigned it.
Simon Wiesenthal was 96 at the time of his death, and spent even those last days working to bring Nazi criminals to justice.
Actors and sports stars, writers and gangsters, they all flocked to the short, stout Jewish woman’s house. And so did the police. This is the remarkable story of Polly Adler—a 20th century American tale of overcoming adversity through hard work…and...