August 26, 2015 10:28am
Barbara Aiello searches for “hidden” Jews, takes on the Italian establishment and officiates at interfaith weddings, all in the name of strengthening the Jewish community.
March 20, 2015 3:38pm
“Ten years ago there was hardly anything at all, and now there are several stands and some stands with groupings in [Jewish] objects,” says one curator at The European Fine Art Fair.
January 29, 2015 3:05pm
The Vienna-born octogenarian chemist took the photographs on his travels in the 1950s but only began exhibiting them publicly a decade ago.
December 15, 2014 5:26pm
A groundbreaking inscription receives scant attention, despite widespread public interest in whether or not archaeology proves or disproves the accuracy of Bible stories.
October 11, 2006 9:00am
Are 600,000 virtual Jews just as good as the real thing? A Yeshiva University student says yes, sort of, but his quest to create an online community raises halachic questions that were inconceivable before the Digital Age.
- Israeli minor was physically pressured to confess to West Bank firebombing, court rules
- Jewish Agency picks Isaac Herzog as new head, spurns Netanyahu pick
- Soviet refugee sues Manhattan day care for not allowing son to wear Star of David
- Michael Bloomberg to spend $80 million to help Democrats in midterm elections
- Trump, like predecessors, signed letter on Israel’s undeclared nukes