Eighty-eight years after Henrietta Szold founded Hadassah in 1912, the 306,000-member Zionist and social service organization will gather in Los Angeles for its first national convention of the 21st century. From July 16-19, more than 2,500 leaders and guests will mingle at the...
Punishing Bennett won’t bring peace
A cartoonist’s tribute to his father
In U.S. relations with Israel, context is key
A Moses named Christian and a Pharaoh named Turturro
Alan Gross, ‘normalization’ of U.S.-Cuba relations and the American spy flying under the radar
Moving and shaking: StandWithUs, Chanukah in Los Angeles and Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback
Join globetrotter Bruce Feiler on a journey through Jerusalem
A Jewish artist whose work is at heart of Our Lady Cathedral
July 13, 2000 | 8:00 pm
June 24, 1999 | 8:00 pmJoan Hyler sees her life in five acts. A bit like Shakespeare.
It's a dramatic arc that's taken her from working as a top agent in Hollywood to setting up shop as a high-powered manager and producer with three offices around town. Smack in the middle of Act III, the woman who's...
July 23, 1998 | 8:00 pm
I see that it's time for the media to replay the perennial horror story known as The Dying Jew. "The Vanishing Jew," by Alan Dershowitz, is a mea culpa over his son's intermarriage. Elliot Abrams, the former Reagan administration official, has written "Faith or Fear: How Jews...
January 15, 1998 | 7:00 pmThank you very much for your articles about the state of Beth OlamCemetery. Nobody was aware that it was in danger of being padlocked,abandoned, and subsequently available for vandalism and scavengers.To those many of us who have close relatives interred there and havepaid for graves...