Jewish Philanthropist Donates $18.5 Million to Restore the Lincoln Memorial

The donation, made on Presidents Day, will expand educational resources, foster public access, and repair and restore the Lincoln Memorial.Read More

Tamara Boston’s Tees and Bags Make a Fashionable Mark

By Amy Forman

Thanks to a little help from Britney Spears, Tamara Freedman’s childhood dream of being a fashion designer has reached reality.Read More

Could Bernie Sanders Become the First Jewish President?

By Todd Feinburg, Joshua Resnek

In a time of anti-Semitism and Islamic terrorism, Bernie Sanders’ candidacy is being accepted and applauded by the largely non-Jewish American public.Read More

Fallen From Grace

By Joshua Resnek and Todd Feinburg

In an industry dominated by Jews, Bill Cosby rose like no other. And he has fallen like no other.Read More

Becoming More at USY’s Convention

By Ruth Landis

Judaism, my Judaism, is alive and well. It is thriving. We are thriving.Read More

Pope Francis on Tour

By Joshua Resnek

The visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. has broad implications for American Jews, as he is perceived as a friend of the Jewish people.Read More

Iran Nuclear Deal Affecting Local Hearts and Minds

By Joshua Resnek

The discussion is unabated locally regarding the Iran nuclear deal.Read More

President Wins Iran Vote Numbers Game

By Joshua Resnek

Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland’s decision was considered a fait accompli by nearly everyone on the other side of the issue.Read More

Ben Carson Coming To Newbury Home of Dr. Keith Ablow

By Joshua Resnek

Dr. Carson is currently running second to Donald Trump for the Republican nomination.Read More

The Power of Pictures

The exhibit covers the period from the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution through the 1930s.Read More

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