Thursday, April 26, 2018
History doesn’t always repeat itself, but echoes of the darkest chapters serve as warnings. We study the past and preserve our tradition so that we’ll recognize the signs.
Amid rumors that Bruce Springsteen will perform in Tel Aviv this summer, he and his E Street band have come under fire from supporters of boycotting Israel.
A Louisiana congressman likened the threats facing the United States today to those posed by the Nazis.
Israeli film legend Aryeh Elias passed away Thursday. The veteran actor was the first Jew accepted to the drama faculty in Baghdad’s Academy of Fine Arts.
A postcard from Albert Einstein's trip to what is now Israel just fetched $56,000 at auction.
Harold Ramis, an actor and director best known for hits like “Ghostbusters” and “Groundhog Day,” died today at the age of 69.
Jewish artists are behind a majority of America’s greatest comic book heroes--Superman, Batman, Captain America, Spider-Man, and the Hulk; the list goes on.
The Israel Antiquities Authority is promoting a plan for archaeological excavations in the Judean Desert caves, and rescuing the Dead Sea Scrolls.
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.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered a cemetery that belonged to the ancient Philistines, a biblical archenemy of the Israelites.


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