Thursday, April 25, 2019
The world's longest and highest glass bottom bridge is set to open this summer, and we have a talented Israeli designer to thank for it.
Rugelach (singular: rugala) are a beloved traditional Jewish pastry, with a quirky history to boot, but they often present a kosher conundrum.
Georges Wolinski is being remembered today after he was brutally killed in the terror shooting at the Paris office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Organizers for the upcoming Tel Aviv gay pride parade have invited Caitlyn Jenner to headline the event.
A Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi regime will finally make its public debut.
Beyonce ordered $3,500 worth of brisket from Caplansky’s Deli, a famous Jewish deli in Toronto, after her performance at the Rogers Centre on May 25.
The Dept of Transportation sent a letter notifying Kuwait Airways that it violated anti-discrimination law when it refused to sell a ticket to an Israeli.
Benjamin Netanyahu visited the opening of Operation Yonatan, an exhibit at the Yitzhak Rabin Center in honor of the PM's late brother, hero Yoni Netanyahu.
Branko Lustig presented the Academy Award he received for his work on Schindler's List to Israel's Jerusalem-based Yad Vashem Holocaust museum.
In this busy city, you can enjoy some of the best dining and dancing in the world while keeping things kosher.


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