Thursday, July 19, 2018
Israelis come to the rescue to help turn young Israeli couple's wedding into a true celebration.
Branko Lustig presented the Academy Award he received for his work on Schindler's List to Israel's Jerusalem-based Yad Vashem Holocaust museum.
American Jewish author E.L. Doctorow, who wrote the novel “Ragtime,” died at age 84.
A chance encounter with a little girl in changed a photographer's life. The little girl had albinism, and low self esteem. Rick Guidotti saw her beauty.
Marking the centenary of this remarkable achievement, Princeton University Press today announced the publication of two new books.
Shoe designer Kobi Levi was working in his design studio in 2011 when he got an email that he was sure couldn’t be real--from Lady Gaga.
Jerry Springer has in recent years shown an earnest interest in his Jewish family tree, which was nearly uprooted by the Holocaust.
Susan Friedman proves that it’s never too late to be a pioneer. At the ripe age of 90, she made aliyah Monday on a charter flight through Nefesh B’Nefesh.
The Temple Institute is working together with an Israeli cattleman to raise a red heifer in Israel, in strict accordance with the Biblical commandment.
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.


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