The mystery man of the Israeli economy, as he was dubbed by the country's media, is alive and well and living in Los Angeles.
His name is Elliott Broidy, and in the last two years he has raised $800 million to boost private enterprise in the Jewish state.
Broidy earned the...
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Israel: No Hamas in Elections
Top Israeli leaders confirmed that they do not want Hamas to take part in Palestinian elections. It's up to the Palestinians to "decide if they would like to have real elections," Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom told journalists in New York on Monday,...
October 14, 2004 | 8:00 pm
In 1979 two tiny pieces of cracked and deteriorated silver found in a tomb outside of the Old City of Jerusalem proved to be one of the most important archeological discoveries of the century.
The silver strips had Hebrew writing on them -- albeit a very different-looking Hebrew to...
August 5, 2004 | 8:00 pm
"Make the shape of a U with your hips," coaches belly-dancing teacher Elexa Williams. Her students willingly comply, rolling their shoulders, gyrating their torsos and undulating their hips as they follow the teacher's example. Around their waists, the participants wear scarves...
March 25, 2004 | 7:00 pm
As millions of people across the globe yak away on their cell phones, they can thank an Italian Jewish immigrant who laid the foundation for the ubiquitous device.
Equally grateful is USC, which earlier this month unveiled its newly named Andrew and Erna Viterbi School of Engineering...
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Somehow, USC Hillel and the Casden Institute have tracked down a few Jews in Hollywood. This weekend, the machers gather with Jewish student filmmakers from Los Angeles and New York for USC's fourth annual Jewish Student Film Festival. Today's itinerary: An afternoon...
November 21, 2002 | 7:00 pm
Crosstown football rivals UCLA (7-3) and USC (8-2) will face-off in their 72nd annual battle for city bragging rights at The Rose Bowl on Saturday, Nov. 23. And leading the Bruins are Jewish senior starters Mike Seidman and Mike Saffer.
Tight end Mike Seidman, 21, whose mother is...
October 3, 2002 | 8:00 pm
The University of Southern California, once considered a bastion of WASP elitism, has capped a decade of transformation by naming Stanley Gold as its first Jewish board chairman.
Gold's appointment comes a decade after USC President Stephen Sample made a number of key appointments...
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In the annals of party-going, the dinner hosted by USC President Steven Sample and his wife, Kathryn, at their impressive San Marino estate home last week, ranked right up near the top.
The food and drinks were excellent, the speeches short and few, and the general bonhomie so...