Friday, October 23, 2020
Tel Aviv claims to be the friendliest city in the world for dogs, having the highest number of canines per capita anywhere.
Fyvush Finkel, an Emmy Award-winning actor who began his career performing in the Yiddish theater, has died at 93.
The moment I kicked in the door of the abandoned house in the heart of the Catskills, I felt like I was in an episode of The Twilight Zone.
A letter written by Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist who saved some 1,200 Jews from the Nazis, to his bookkeeper Itzhak Stern is for sale online.
Indignation, which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival in January, arrives in theaters July 29.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered a cemetery that belonged to the ancient Philistines, a biblical archenemy of the Israelites.
The nomadic Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education will have a new and permanent home next year.
Here’s the Elie Wiesel reading list everyone should know.
Israel is opening the first bird blood bank in the world to be used for migrating birds, who are found injured or exhausted in Israeli territory.
Conde Nast Traveler has named Tel Aviv as one of the world’s top 15 culinary cities.
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