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...
Michael Oren responds to ‘Ally’ backlash at local event
Israel OKs larger Egyptian force to fight jihadis
Hamas terror cell planning attack arrested in West Bank
Hebrew word of the week: Artsot ha-brit (The United States)
Anti-Israel tweeting prof. hired by American University of Beirut
Professional tips on clearing clutter and getting organized
Mexican TV anchor Zabludovsky, symbol of government spin, dies at 87
Young Jewish life is alive and well in revamped Downtown L.A.
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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...