Friday, September 18, 2020
American icon Dionne Warwick said today that she will not cancel her planned concert in Israel in response to pressure from BDS activists.
Veteran host Paul Rudd had some serious competition from guest band One Direction on "Saturday Night Live," but he held his own against the British invasion.
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman has never been elected to a Pro Bowl — the NFL’s all star game — but he can now add a Jewish honor to his resume.
James Franco, Mila Kunis and Zach Braff are the stars of the upcoming indie "Tar."
With “The Story of the Jews,” 69-year-old Simon Schama is returning to his Jewish roots in what is perhaps his most personal work.
Israeli Gal Gadot will play Diana Prince AKA Wonder Woman alongside Ben Affleck’s Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman in "Batman vs. Superman."
Israelis will now be able to stream 'Orange Is the New Black' and 'Breaking Bad.'
David Beckham is getting behind a campaign that aims to give homeless war veterans a helping hand.
Anne Heche was thrilled to visit Jerusalem with her children while filming the pilot for her new TV drama Dig, which is set in Israel.
Israeli judoka Yarden Gerbi, who won bronze in the women’s 63-kg judo competition at the Rio Olympics, is auctioning off her Olympic name patch for charity.
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