Saturday, March 25, 2017
Seth Rogen speaking before the Senate? No, it’s not the plot of the next Apatow film.
Following a demand by Israel’s Ambassador to the UN, the exhibit commissioned by the Israeli Mission and StandWithUs will be displayed at UN headquarters.
While Netanyahu referenced several figures throughout his highly-anticipated speech to Congress, he concluded with the biblical figure of Moses.
The Jewish governor of Missouri, Eric Greitens, said he will volunteer to help repair a St. Louis-area Jewish cemetery where at least 170 gravestones were toppled over the weekend.
A new film will allow audiences to feel what it was like to be in the secret annex with Anne Frank in the 1940s through virtual reality technology.
Holocaust survivor Hermina Hirsch, 89, fulfilled a life-long dream by singing the Star-Spangled Banner before a Major League Baseball game.
J.K. Rowling took to social media Monday to defend her stance against the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement after receiving fan criticism.
Beyonce was wearing a gown created by an Israeli designer when she presented at the 58th Grammy Awards.
Robert Wistrich, a historian who led Hebrew University's Center for the Study of Antisemitism, died while in Italy to address rising anti-Semitism.
At a time when many Jewish summer camps are spending millions to build everything from gymnasiums to trapezes to pool halls, a handful of Jewish summer camps have eschewed the pricey bells and whistles, focusing instead on the traditional homespun pleasures of, well, camp.


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