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JTA Here’s why Jews are excited — and nervous — about a Democratic ticket that could include another Jew 23 Jul
The possibility of another Jew on a Democratic presidential ticket is generating both excitement and nervousness in the Jewish community. With Joe Biden's he...
23 Jul
JTA A museum exhibit on Jewish food and humor puts the ‘borscht’ in Borscht Belt 21 Jul
The exhibit at the Borscht Belt Museum in Ellenville, New York, showcases the rich cultural legacy of the Catskills resorts where Jewish cuisine and humor th...
21 Jul
Forward Peter Buxton, whistleblower who compared Tuskegee syphilis study to Nazi atrocities, dies at 86 17 Jul
Peter Buxtun, a whistleblower who exposed the unethical Tuskegee syphilis study conducted on Black men, passed away at 86. Buxtun, with a Jewish-Catholic bac...
17 Jul
JTA Jewish Life Stories: David Liederman, the father of ‘David’s Cookies,’ dies at 75 17 Jul
David Liederman, the founder of Davids Cookies, passed away at 75. Despite starting with selling his cookies in the 1970s and growing the business into a cha...
17 Jul
Forward Ruth Westheimer, Holocaust survivor who offered grandmotherly sex advice as ‘Dr. Ruth,’ dies at 96 13 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor and renowned sex therapist, passed away at the age of 96 in Manhattan. Known for her groundbreaking radio show "Sex...
13 Jul
JTA Mordechai Rosenstein, calligrapher whose art illuminates Jewish homes and synagogues, dies at 90 11 Jul
Mordechai Rosenstein, a renowned painter and calligrapher known for his vibrant Hebrew illuminations, passed away at 90 in Pennsylvania. His unique art style...
11 Jul
JTA Jewish Life Stories: An Israeli-American soldier falls in battle 10 Jul
Sergeant First-Class Yakir Shmuel Tatelbaum, a 21-year-old Israeli-American soldier from Michigan who died in battle in Gaza, was remembered for his dedicati...
10 Jul
JTA Americana meets meshuggeneh at a museum exhibit about MAD magazine 7 Jul
The Norman Rockwell Museum's exhibit "What, Me Worry? The Art and Humor of MAD Magazine" explores the close connection between the Americana style of Rockwel...
7 Jul
JTA Jewish Life Stories: The Jewish refugee who wrote the book on human rights 3 Jul
Leah Levin, a Jewish refugee who fled Lithuania for South Africa due to rising antisemitism, became a prominent figure in human rights advocacy. She authored...
3 Jul
JTA Legal scholar Noah Feldman on the 10 Commandments, Christian nationalism and the Jewish future of church and state 30 Jun
Legal scholar Noah Feldman discusses the Ten Commandments, Christian nationalism, and the Jewish perspective on church and state issues. He delves into Louis...
30 Jun