US Visa Denials Target Four Israeli Performing Artists

The artists were scheduled to appear at a performance in Miami, Florida, but in order to do so, they needed artists' visas. The State Department has declined to issue those visas.

The Show Will Go On: Hard Rock Band HaYehudim Forced to Cancel Brooklyn Concert...

The band is not canceling their US tour, starting May 30 in New York, and on June 6 in Los Angeles.

Neo-Nazi Who Inspired Edward Norton’s Character in ‘American History X’ Became an Orthodox Jew

If we’re lucky, maybe he’ll inspire the next Edward Norton movie. Perhaps “American History Yud?”

Pro-Hamas Antisemites Call to Boycott Jewish Actor Cast as James Bond 007

British-Jewish actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 33, has been cast in the role for the next film in the James Bond series.

Prince of Depression Comedy Richard Lewis Dead at 76

“I was the baby of the family, and I'm still convinced I was a mistake.”

Berlin Film Festival Caught Up in Conflicts over Gaza War

The event, known for its staunch support of Iran's struggling directors, has called upon Tehran to permit the attendance of two filmmakers subjected to a travel restriction.

Remembering Chabad Music Legend Eli Lipsker, z’l, on His 7th Yarzheit

Eli Lipsker became a pathfinder, paving the way for other observant musicians to follow.

‘Family Treasures Lost and Found’ Starts Streaming Friday at Miami’s Jewish Film Festival

“Unlike most children of survivors, my sisters and I inherited a treasure trove of documents, photos, and artifacts."

Jerry Seinfeld Visits Destroyed  Kibbutz

“My heart is broken by the atrocities, but we are strong in heart and soul.”

WATCH: Eilat Police Called When ‘Houthis’ Seen Approaching from Red Sea

In typical Israeli style, the skit pokes fun at the Yemeni Houthis who say they have "joined the fight" against Israel launched on October 7th by Hamas in Gaza.

Wonder Woman Star Gal Gadot to Hold Screening of Hamas Atrocities Footage

Guy Nattiv: "I swore that these images of October 7 would not be forgotten, and the world would see them, because now the denial begins - it is a fake, it is not a fake. We cannot pass by in silence."

Israeli-Iranian Co-production ‘Tatami’ Filmed Secretly

The filmmakers took steps to avoid arousing Tehran's suspicion while shooting "Tatami" in Georgia.

Jewish Heavy-Metal Band Frontman Halts Concert to Comfort Crying Girl

David Draiman of the band Disturbed invited the young fan on stage, but she was scared, leading to a touching moment captured on video.

Islamic Jihad Terrorist Sues Over ’Right’ to Videogames in Jail

The terrorist is serving two life sentences for his role in the 2006 kidnapping and murder of 18-year-old Eliyahu Asheri,

Bar Ilan Research Shows Link between Collecting Streaming Music and Enjoyment

This research opens up exciting new avenues for streaming app developers and music listeners alike.

Tel Aviv Sans Politics: 20,000 Experience ‘Madame Butterfly’ in Hayarkon Park

It has become a much anticipated and beloved Tel-Aviv summer tradition, a free cultural event under the night sky.

‘Bella!’ a Documentary about the Life of New York’s Feisty Jewish Congresswoman Opens in...

In 1970, Bella Abzug won her Congressional seat with the catchy slogan, "This woman's place is in the House—the House of Representatives,"

Star of ‘The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter’ and ‘Catch 22’ Alan Arkin Dead...

Alan Arkin dies at home after 89 years in which, according to the NY Times, he had a history of heart problems.

Gal Gadot to Become First Israeli Actor With Star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame

The 38-year-old Petah Tikva native and mother of three is one of 31 entertainment professionals chosen to have their names inscribed on the sidewalk.

God Bless You, Robbie Williams, You Gave Us Much Nachas

Williams arrived in Israel at a time when several A-list entertainers have postponed their appearances for security reasons.

Protester Waving Israeli Flag Rushes Stage at Roger Waters Show

Other demonstrators held large Israeli flags and chanted "Am Yisrael Chai" at the concert in Germany.

Roger Waters Dresses as SS Officer at Concert

The musician also likened Anne Frank to Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Aqleh.

Yehoram Gaon Releases ‘With Each Rolling Stone’ Honoring Jerusalem Day

"I have not found a greater love than this for the eternal city, humbly wishing to be a stone of the wall."

New Docuseries Highlights Jerusalem Seam Line on Jerusalem Day

"The ordinary people who live here yearn for peaceful coexistence and do not identify with the values often propagated by their political leaders and various journalists.”

Yishai Ribo to Become First Israeli Artist to Perform at Madison Square Garden

Ribo, who is an Orthodox Jew, is set to perform at the 20,000-seat site on September 3, 2023.

Iconic Renaissance Artist Leonardo da Vinci was a Jew

Professor Vecce: "The most probable hypothesis, given what I found, is that Caterina was Jewish.” Caterina was the mother of Leonardo da Vinci.

Hasidic Singer-Songwriter Michoel Shnitzler Dies at 62

After intense efforts to save his life, Hatzolah paramedics were forced to declare the performer's passing a few minutes before the start of the Sabbath.

Chaim Topol Who Gave Us Sallah Shabati and Tevye Dead at 87

Topol’s artistic career was launched in the early 1950s, when he joined the IDF's Nahal entertainment band.

Japanese Firm Determined to Keep ‘Nazi-Tainted’ Van Gogh

According to heir's lawsuit, Sompo’s predecessor purchased the picture “in reckless disregard of its provenance, including Mendelssohn-Bartholdy’s forced sale of the painting in Nazi Germany in 1934.”

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