Once again, there is rich fare to be unearthed for the summer season, despite the glut of over-the-top and youth-oriented commercial product. Documentaries abound, some of which have intensely political or social implications, while others deal, in sleuth-like fashion, with searches...
Obama must take action on LGBT rights overseas
Israeli emigration to Berlin: It makes sense
Anat, don’t push bat mitzvahs at the Kotel right now
Kosher butcher in Germany admits selling non-kosher meat for years
Rivlin: Violence an epidemic in Israeli society
Ex-Nazis were paid millions in Social Security, probe finds
The facts of Ebola
Amended charges have suspected JCC shooter facing possible death sentence
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Tag: Ellen Page
June 13, 2012 | 11:08 am
January 31, 2008 | 7:00 pmA few weeks ago, I finally saw "Juno," a movie I'd been told was "uber-cute," "amazing" and just "soooo good." And I've become one of many Juno-obsessed. But unlike others who are doting mostly on the movie's dialogue, soundtrack and sweatbands, the movie got me pondering about who...