Saturday, April 21, 2018
It’s an interesting concept for a documentary: give your subjects the tools to record their daily lives, and see what happens.
A Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi regime will finally make its public debut.
Meet Captain Yehonatan Cohen, an IDF officer who dutifully serves his country despite being physically disabled since birth.
On a chilly December day, the Jewish community gathered in San Francisco to learn and help the homeless.
A new exhibit at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU explores the sometimes surprising role of Jews in the Florida food and agriculture world.
Anne Frank's diary is to be transformed into an animated feature by Oscar-nominated Israeli director Ari Folman.
This week, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon issued a statement calling for employment opportunities for persons with disability worldwide.
An Israeli tea company has paired up with a special needs school in Brooklyn to provide job training to autistic teens.
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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