If you ever wanted to find out more about the illusionist with a Russian-Jewish mother, Jspace is here with five facts about David Blaine.
Rashida Leah Jones was born in Los Angeles, CA to music mogul Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton, an Ashkenazi Jewish actress of Russian and Latvian descent.
An estimated 23 percent of Nobel Prize winners are Jewish, though Jews make up just 0.2 percent of the global population.
Lefty pitcher Sandy Koufax played his entire Major League Baseball career for the Dodgers. Learn more about this outstanding Jewish athlete.
Not all companies that collaborated with the Nazis or used concentration camp slave labor are open about the past.
Neil Diamond is a national Jewish treasure, a Grammy Award winner and an artist who has sold over 125 million records around the world.
As one of the best selling singers and most awarded actresses in history, this musician/performer/director has earned her spot among Hollywood royalty.
In the spirit of the reinvention of Hollywood, here are a few Jewish celebrities whose real names might surprise you.
Many aren’t aware of the number of products that derive from Israeli inventions. Scroll to learn more about Israel's innovations through the years.
The story of Anne Frank is one that is well known, though the girl behind the diary remains a question mark erased too soon.