A showcase of rabbinic achievement, featuring 24 women who redefined Jewish leadership.
- ArtsHoly Sparks: Celebrating Fifty Years of Women in the Rabbinate
A showcase of rabbinic achievement, featuring 24 women who redefined Jewish leadership.ArtsAnti-Jewish Bias Is Spreading in Arts and Culture
It may be more subtle than a scrawled swastika or a torched synagogue, but anti-Jewish bias in that realm is nonetheless a growing phenomenon.
It may be more subtle than a scrawled swastika or a torched synagogue, but anti-Jewish bias in that realm is nonetheless a growing phenomenon.ArtsBlack and Jewish Identities Converge in Art
A generation of Black Jewish women are using art—paintings, drawings, multimedia works and film—to share and explore their multiethnic perspectives.
A generation of Black Jewish women are using art—paintings, drawings, multimedia works and film—to share and explore their multiethnic perspectives.Sontag and Others on DVDSome of the latest Jewish-related DVDs, from HBO's new Susan Sontag documentary to the Israeli film The Policeman and the French production The Rabbi's Cat.Wiesenthal OnstageWith spellbinding reenactments, playwright-actor Tom Dugan brings the famous Nazi hunter to life.Anita Diamant on The Red Tent MiniseriesThe best-selling author's groundbreaking novel has been adapted from the small screen by Lifetime TV and stars Minnie Driver, Debra Winger and Rebecca Ferguson.Writing on the WallLast November, Newark street artist Getlostalot spray-painted his name on the gun of an abandoned Syrian tank in the Golan Heights. Getlostalot who, like manyNew-Style Sukkah and Old-Fashioned Smoked Fish: A Roundup of Jewish FilmsOur current roundup of films includes documentaries on the charming Theodore Bikel and Turkish Jewish immigrant—and filmmaker—Altina Shinasi as well as movies about the modern Israeli experience.Sacred Journeys With Bruce FeilerAuthor Bruce Feiler goes on six sacred journeys to probe what impels people to undertake religious pilgrimages. In one of them, “Jerusalem,” he accompanies threeArchie Rand: Psalm 68Using rich hues and words of the psalm, Rand’s 36 acrylic paintings surprise and delight in their abstract depiction of man’s struggle for redemption. ThroughWrestling JerusalemAaron Davidman morphs into a dozen characters in Wrestling Jerusalem, his one-man show dealing with the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: a pot-smoking young Israeli,