4 Best Salon Bets in Tel Aviv

In the past 10 years there has been an influx of quality nail and beauty salons opening up in Tel Aviv.

The Thomashefskys: New York’s Yiddish Theater Stars

Yiddish theater's mission, at least for the Thomashefskys, who were political liberals, was progressive.

The Conscience of the Holocaust: Simon Wiesenthal Remembered

Simon Wiesenthal was 96 at the time of his death, and spent even those last days working to bring Nazi criminals to justice.

Top Spots: A Journey Through Jewish LA

As the US city with the second largest concentration of Jews, the megalopolis of greater Los Angeles boasts a number of historically Jewish neighborhoods.

Looking Hezbollah in the Eyes: Druze Soldiers Prepare for the Enemy

The IDF’s all-Druze battalion learns to battle Hezbollah terrorists positioned just kilometers from Druze villages, protecting their homes.

Bevis Marks Synagogue: A Community’s Centerpiece in the Heart of the...

Tucked away in a small side street in Britain’s financial major district the City of London stands Bevis Marks Synagogue.