Eight-year-old Tamar's fingers dance across a set of harp strings like small waves rhythmically pounding the surf. While the large instrument dwarfs her, she doesn't seem to mind as she sits and plays a complicated classical tune. After the musical interlude, she hops onto her living...
The kidnapping that shocked the world
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Israelis mourn after a year of increased attacks
U.S. Republicans vow amendments that might risk Iran nuclear bill
Biden, seeking to ease U.S.-Israel strains, pledges delivery of new warplanes
100 Years of waiting: Lebanon, a century after the Armenian genocide
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Netanyahu’s Independence Day message praises troops’ ‘fighting spirit’ in Gaza
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The broncs and the bulls are coming to Anaheim. Not the NFL or NBA variety, though -- real bucking broncs and angry bulls, with real cowboys holding on for dear life. The rodeo is coming to town.
The Justin Boots Bucking Thunder tour, in its first year after a debut event last...
February 21, 2002 | 7:00 pm
Action Israel Comes to L.A.
On Sunday, Feb. 24, student activists will gather from colleges all over Southern California for Action Israel, a conference held in response to the increasing concern about anti-Israel sentiment on college campuses throughout the country. Comparisons...
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Maybe it's a stereotype, but Jewish people have always been considered smart. Not just by others but by themselves, too. We pride ourselves on making education a priority for our children. We encourage them to study, to go for the extra credit, and we imbue them with the value of...
February 10, 2000 | 7:00 pmEven before celebrities and community leaders gathered to cut the ribbon on the Ferne Milken Youth & Sports Complex last December, Eli Sherman was out visiting San Fernando Valley malls, neighborhoods, schools and synagogues, urging all Valley residents to treat the complex as their...
November 18, 1999 | 7:00 pmAgainst the backdrop of four impeccable tennis courts in the exclusive Israeli town of Caesarea, an elegant female attorney addressed an attentive audience, a virtual "Who's Who" of the Israeli tennis world: stars, Glickstein, Perkis, Blum and Mansdorf; local and international...
March 11, 1999 | 7:00 pm
By the time you read these words, the death of Joe DiMaggio will be old news. I grew up in a New York City in which he was the greatest of our sports heroes, and I was blessed as a child with an Uncle Ike who took me to the bleachers in Yankee Stadium. My love for baseball and...
November 12, 1998 | 7:00 pmThere are more than 30,000 Jewish teen-agers in Los Angeles -- how do we engage them?
I was thinking about this a few weeks ago while visiting the Bern-ard Milken Jewish Community Campus in West Hills. The occasion was a happy one, the ground-breaking for a new youth and sports...
November 13, 1997 | 7:00 pm
Junior varsity runner Joey Small.
After the Yeshiva University High Schools of Los Angeles crosscountry team won the Westside League finals on Nov. 6, a competitorwas puzzled. "You guys were so bad last year," the rival asked RaphyHulkower, 15. "What happened?"
What happened, besides...