Sunday, June 24, 2018
Perennial Eurovision Song Contest favorites Ireland will not be part of the big show this year after Molly Sterling was eliminated from the semi-finals.
Robert Wistrich, a historian who led Hebrew University's Center for the Study of Antisemitism, died while in Italy to address rising anti-Semitism.
A German court formally authorized the return of two Nazi-looted art works from the collection of the late art collector Cornelius Gurlitt.
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.
The new Star Wars will be the highest-grossing film of all time after experts predicted the blockbuster will make more than $100 million opening weekend.
Israeli-born chef Alon Shaya was named the best chef in the South by the James Beard Foundation.
Bono celebrated the life of late technology boss Dave Goldberg by altering the lyrics of hit song "One" to reflect Goldberg's Jewish faith.
Alexandre Arcady made 24 Days, a story of the murder of Ilan Halimi, a French Jewish youth held captive by a group of immigrants in an anti-Semitic attack.
His decision in 2006 created a unique link between today’s teens and their peers who died in the Holocaust before ever reaching that special milestone.
In the weeks before the beginning of the final season of Mad Men, the show’s creator Matthew Weiner did rounds of interviews on his Jewish roots.


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