The Austin cinema laughed off online critics who said its screening of the film starring Israel's Gal Gadot was sexist, and the chain said it would expand the program.
BizTank is a more heimesh version of the startup-pitch reality show filmed in Brooklyn.
The Jewish rapper's 13 honors, including as top artist, snapped the mark of 12 held by Adele.
"The Women's Balcony," a niche slice-of-life story, is finding unexpected success around the world.
From a transgender pioneer to Susie Essman's charming, eccentric mom role on "Broad City," these characters prove that the Jewish matriarch is much more than an overbearing stereotype.
The iconic actor, who stars in the upcoming HBO film about Bernie Madoff, usually mines his Italian heritage for his performances.
These millennial musicians range from a former top chef to the founder of the frat-rap genre.
The Grammy-winning Midler was recognized for her role in a revival of "Hello, Dolly," which garnered 10 nominations overall.
Three films directed by Israelis took center stage in the film listings of the Los Angeles Times' senior critic Kenneth Turan.
Bob Mankoff, who is stepping down after 20 years at The New Yorker next month, shares a selection of his most-loved Jewish cartoons that were published in the storied magazine.