On display Nov. 20-May 22 at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., the exhibit presents specific soundscapes and associated spectrograms (graphic visualizations of what is heard)
Running solo is something that had never been done in the nearly 100-year history of the cross country state meet.
The holiday is mentioned on about 12,000 pages in the William Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History. Chanukah is cited 9,000 times; Hanukah nearly 3,000 times.
The answer is simple: The 2015 nuclear deal is good for Iran. But negotiations or no, Israel must prepare for the possibility it will have to defend itself.
ZOA-Michigan is delighted to announce its honorees for the 2021 Virtual Gala.
The musical centers on two intertwining love stories loosely adapted from Greek mythology.
The Jewish News asked readers to share their holiday stories — and they delivered.
After 20 years of false hope for those awaiting aliyah in Ethiopia; we must make their cause our cause, stop standing on ceremony and bring them home.
Eternal optimism in the face of hopeless odds — faith in the power of the few — is an idea that goes right to the heart of Chanukah
The institute hews to a government with a policy of Holocaust distortion that pushes the paradigm of Polish non-Jews as rescuers of Polish Jews.
Make the holiday more earth-friendly this year.
Emily Miller’s submission stood out, not only because it’s beautifully drawn (which it is!) but because of the feeling of family and warmth her drawing evoked.
Some say controversial email sent by Birmingham commissioner may have antisemitic themes; some say it’s “only political.”
Rabbi Yael Buechler recounts a 19-century Turkey Day dustup in Philadelphia that showed Jews weren't going to accept second-class citizenship.