By ALAN SMASON
It’s taken more than six years of her life, beset with challenges such as a global pandemic in the final year of post-production and editing, but Susan Sandler has finished the documentary film she began in 2015...
By ALAN SMASON, WYES-TV Theatre Critic (“Steppin’ Out”)
Jason Robert Brown was all of 25 when he first propositioned Daisy Prince, the daughter of renowned Broadway producer Hal Prince, to take him on as a project in which he would...
(JNS.org) – U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday officially announced the nomination of Thomas Nides to serve as U.S. Ambassador to Israel.
Nides, 60, has held prominent roles in the private and public sectors.
From 2010-2013, he served as the...Continue Reading
By GARY ROSENBLATT
(New York Jewish Week via JTA) — Whether this week marks the last of Benjamin Netanyahu’s record-setting tenure as prime minister or is just a prelude to another never-count-him-out comeback, it seems a fitting moment to try...
By BEN SALES
(JTA) — Israel’s new prime minister is probably the first one who has stuck a wad of chewing gum to his head right before a public event.
Naftali Bennett, who took office this week, is the first...Continue Reading ⇒
Ned Goldberg, who, since 1988, has served as executive director of the Jewish Regional Children’s Service (JCRS), an agency that serves a seven-state area in the Mid-South, will be retiring in early 2022.
Since relocating from from South Florida, Goldberg...Continue Reading ⇒
By DMITRY SHAPIRO
(JNS.org) – A group of 19 Republican members of Congress on Wednesday sent a letter to U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona highlighting rampant anti-Semitism at American colleges and universities, and urging him to apply Title VI...Continue Reading ⇒