Above and Beyond, directed by Roberta Grossman and produced by Spielberg, is a heartfelt and compelling war documentary about the first Israeli Air Squadron, “The 101.”
Ron Feingold writes an op-ed on the terrible Jerusalem light rail terror attack, calling out both Fatah and the larger Jewish community.
Two films–Gett, The Trial of Vivian Amsale, and Zero Motivation–are both female-driven films and are premiering at the Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival.
In our weekly profile series, Who the Folk?!, we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe every Monday. This week: Benjamin Roberts!
Sam Blustin starts his monthly column about living in Israel, Living In A Foreign Language, with a discussion of why his Jewish schooling let him down, and what he’s doing about it.
There is well known Jewish tale about a poor man who lived with his wife and children in a tiny one-room house. They were always getting in each other’s way in their cramped and crowded quarters and, needless to say, no one was very happy.
“I think as Jews our choices always matter and while we value fun and pleasure, before we can enjoy something we have an obligation to do our best to ensure others are not being harmed for our entertainment.” — A fantastic read about Halloween and Jewish values from Amy Ariel.
When I took this job as Arts and Culture Columnist, I was excited about all the new places, events, and restaurants I’d be exploring for the first time. But as fate would have it, on a recent weeknight, I found myself in one of my favorites.
New Jerusalem, currently playing at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, brings to life the dynamic ideas of Baruch Spinoza. In short: it’s like bacon-wrapped macaroni-and-cheese on a stick.