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Yiddish Theater Triumphs Again at Museum of City of NY

Yiddish Theater returns to New York in a one-of-a-kind exhibit that runs through July 31.

Son of Saul’ Wins Oscar for Best Foreign Film

'Son of Saul's' riveting plot brought a first-time Oscar for a Hungarian film, by a first-time director.

Jerusalem’s Israel Museum Searches for New Director

The present director transformed the Israel Museum into a world-class institution and doubled visitor numbers.

Knesset Committee Amends ‘Popcorn Law’ to Let Movie Goers Bring Own Snacks

Here's another good reason to make Aaliyah: pretty soon you'd be able to openly bring to the movies as many snacks as your heart desires — openly!

‘I Was Pope John Paul II’s Girlfriend’ Tonight on BBC

In 2008, Tymieniecka sold her archive of letters to the Polish National Library, which kept them from public view until the BBC was invited to take a peek.

Confirmed: Beyonce to Grace the Stage in Tel Aviv

It's office: Beyonce is set to appear in Tel Aviv in early August.

Tell Jennifer Lopez Why She Should Keep Plans to Perform in Tel Aviv

Jennifer Lopez announced she will perform in Tel Aviv and hatred began - tell her why she should #JustGoJLo

Hitler’s Other Hobby, Painting, Now on Auction

It should be noted that WW2 was fought not by one, but by two really bad amateur painters.

Simpsons Search Engine for Folks Who Want to Be Cool and Jewish

When you pick one image, you get a large screenshot from the episode, the quote, and you then have the option of producing a meme of the scene.

Authentic Lower East Side Kossar’s Bialys to Reopen Friday

"We bought a business to almost restore a bit of history in New York City and then desire to expand that throughout the city, throughout the country and even throughout the world.”

Ethiopian MK Rebukes Israelis for Ignoring Russian Jews’ WW2 Suffering

"Israeli society is not sufficiently aware of the Russian Jewry's suffering during World War Two," said MK Naguisa.

Richard Dreyfuss Playing Fellow New Yorker Bernie Madoff in ABC Mini-Series [video]

"I am the logical person to play the role, I am clearly a New Yorker, I've made a career out of playing college-educated, Upper West Side Jewish men."

Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson to Perform in Israel

The scheduled appearance is another blow to the Boycott Israel Movement.

Now That’s Survival: Holocaust Survivor Oldest Man at 112

"After the Holocaust he weighed 73 pounds," his daughter said.

New Play About the Murder of ‘Stern Gang’ Leader

Seventy-three years after Avraham Stern (Yair) was killed by British detectives, a new English-language play is bringing Stern’s ideas and poetry to the stage.

Popular ‘Potter’ Star, Unpopular Israel Defamer, Dead at 69

Harry Potter's evil Shape was beloved, but the deceased actor vilified Israel in a play about Rachel Corrie.

Filmmaker’s ‘Grandma’s Dead, I Got the Apartment’ Post Gets Massive Booing

"You are a repulsive human being, no other way to describe you, have some respect for the dead."

As Germans Start Reading It Again, Here Are Some Unexpected Quotes from ‘Mein Kampf’

Tired of the society of plenty with its self-adulation? Hitler believed that "mankind has grown strong in eternal struggle, and only in eternal peace does it perish."

They’re Australian, They’re Orthodox, They’re a Fashion Hit

Influenced by their experience as mothers, entrepreneurs, and fashion lovers, Chaya and Simi combine a relaxed, easy-to wear vibe with a high-end aesthetic.

The Late David Bowie’s 1977 Kabalistic Line [video]

Pop kabbalist Madonna said she was "devastated" by the news of Bowie's passing.

‘Son of Saul’ – Hungarian Film about the Holocaust Wins Golden Globe [video]

"The Holocaust has become, over the years, an abstraction. For me, it's more of a face, a human face. Let us not forget this face."

New York Hasidic Hipster Band Brings Message Of Unity and Peace to Jerusalem

A popular Hasidic hipster musical band based out of New York, known as “Zusha,” performed in Jerusalem’s Yellow Submarine music center this weekend.

Book Celebrating 100 Years of Jewish Life around Golders Green Synagogue

The congregation was served at one point by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, who later went on to become Chief Rabbi of the UK.

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