Monday, May 25, 2020
This year, Russ & Daughters is celebrating a century of serving cured fish and bagels to New York’s Lower East Side.
Harrison Ford underwent surgery in the hours after his horrific plane crash to treat a broken pelvis and ankle, according to reports.
Celebrated Israeli conductor Israel Yinon has passed away after collapsing during a concert in Switzerland on Thursday night.
The American pop band Backstreet Boys has arrived in Israel.
If the recent hubbub over the Seinfeld “reunion” commercial during the Super Bowl is any indication, we all miss us some comedy about nothing.
Actor David Arquette has wed for the second time after quietly tying the knot with his fiancee Christina McLarty.
Madonna is opening up about ongoing rumors that she has converted to Judaism.
Dustin Hoffman learned about his Jewish identity, as he delved into his family history in a new episode of the PBS program Finding Your Roots.
The 'Fidelity' hitmaker announced the good news on her Facebook.com page on Tuesday, though she did not say when her little boy came into the world.
When the 2016 Olympic Games open here on Friday evening, Israel will proudly show off its largest delegation ever, with 47 athletes competing in 17 sports.
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