When Leonard Nimoy was creating the Mr. Spock character for "Star Trek" in 1966, he remembered a thrilling moment from his childhood Orthodox synagogue. It was Yom Kippur, and the Kohanim, representatives of the priestly tribe, swayed on the bimah, their long tallitot draped over...
Moving ‘God, Faith & Identity’ passes mantle of remembrance
Two literary giants, a lawsuit and Dick Cavett
Drones, Jews and morality
The rebirth of Running Springs camp and treatment center
Jerusalem film school brings shorts to L.A.
Producer Nancy Spielberg reflects on finding, forming Jewish identity
Harvesting expert advice to save family’s beloved tree
Studying torah with the Pope: Q&A with Rabbi Abraham Skorka
ADVERTISEMENTPUT YOUR AD HERE