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"The Iron Lady" is not a very good movie. In conception, it suffers from the problem inherent in any biopic: the order of events is...

Phyllida Lloyd’s The Iron Lady based on Margaret Thatcher is a touching reminiscence about a tenacious woman’s relation to her loyal husband and family, from...

Click here if you want to punish your eardrums; otherwise, just read on for the general story. Now that celebrities like Disney’s Hannah Montana are...

In a decision that has shocked some Holocaust survivors and their descendants, the Israel Chamber Orchestra has announced it will play music by the anti-Semitic composer...

JTA reported earlier this week that JDUB, the Jewish music promoter, announced it is closing. Lamented by the doyens of the self-declared American Jewish innovation...

Recently the American Folk Art Museum sold its building to her neighbor, the Museum of Modern Art. The folk art museum has had financial trouble...

Courtesy of the Idelsohn Society, an exciting new effort to archive Jewish music in an entirely new way, comes a digital Passover mix tape for...

The rabbinical doctrine of kol isha, which forbids an Orthodox Jewish man from listening to a woman’s voice, was a target of Jewish feminists from...

From aish.com, a brilliant Passover video. ...

SMEAR is a familiar graffiti tag seen in Los Angeles. It is the painter Cristian Gheorghiu’s “outlaw persona.” Last month the Los Angeles Times reported...

“I love the state of Israel,” the artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel has been quoted as saying, though his latest film, Miral, feels more like...

It looks like the screening of the anti-Israel film Miral at the UN General Assembly Hall is still set to take place tomorrow as planned....