is JTA’s CEO and editor in chief.
May 21, 2013 10:35am
I recently received a big envelope from The Genesis Prize. Relax, I didn’t win the new $1 million prize. But I was asked to be a nominator. So who should I nominate to win the big money?
May 20, 2013 1:07pm
Ira Forman, former head of the National Jewish Democratic Council, gets the nod. Ron Kampeas to follow with more details. For now, a few quick thoughts.
May 20, 2013 11:17am
To mark the national premier broadcast of the American Masters installment on Mel Brooks, we’ve put together a collection of the master spoofer’s best Jewish clips.
May 19, 2013 11:10am
Tom Van Riper makes the case in Forbes that Nick Saban is worth the mega-millions he is paid to coach football at the University of Alabama. And that’s before you talk about the explosion of Jewish life on campus.
May 19, 2013 10:29am
The New York Jewish Week’s Gary Rosenblatt interviews David Passig, a professor at Bar-Ilan University, about his look-into-the-future book “2048.” Buckle up!
May 17, 2013 3:21pm
With Thursday night marking the end of The Office, we thought it would be appropriate to say goodbye by honoring the series best Jewish moment.
May 14, 2013 9:27am
I worked with Rebecca Spence way back when at the Forward. Now, lucky me/us/you, she’s started freelancing for JTA. She’s also raising money — to help her pay the bills as she writes a semi-historical novel inspired by her Sephardic Israeli grandmother’s story. Click here for more info on the project (and a video).
May 3, 2013 3:01pm
Reuters reports that Leopold Engleitner, reportedly the oldest known survivor of the Nazi concentration camps, has died. He was 107. Engleitner, a conscientious objector whose life was documented in the book and film “Unbroken Will”, was imprisoned in the Buchenwald, Niederhagen and Ravensbrueck camps between 1939 and 1943. He refused to renounce his Jehovah’s Witness…
May 2, 2013 2:59pm
Prime Minister Netayahu has already declared his support for a two-state solution and for years has been urging the Palestinians to come back to the negotiating table. But his left-wing and centrist critics don’t buy it. They say that Bibi’s real plan is to stall indefinitely while avoiding blame for, well, stalling indefinitely. It’s like…
May 2, 2013 1:09am
I’m willing to wager that if you polled American Jews on who they would like to be their mayor, Michael Bloomberg would be at the top of the list. Ask them which newspaper most reflects their world view and sensibilities, and I’d bet on The New York Times ranking first. Well, the two are crossing…