by Ilana Kendal
There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
The influential musician had a deep connection with Israel and the Jewish people.
The team hasn’t won a World Series in 108 years. Is it really due to a curse, as many people believe?
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Kudos to the Swedish Academy for their bold and wise decision to honor a man who "created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition."
by Rabbi Ari Kayser
It’s being hailed as the most remarkable story in the history of soccer.
by Ilan Preskovsky
Born to a fairly observant Jewish family, Dylan had a decidedly Jewish upbringing.
by Judy Gruen
The director and lead actor of the award-winning Holocaust film are two Jews who are passionate about their people and history.
by Dr. Jacob L. Freedman
The world will miss his eccentric, musical genius.
The New England Patriots and listening to God's messages.
by Rabbi Shalom Denbo
Why do the Jedi masters avoid taking responsibility to save the universe?
The rock band played in Israel and returned to Paris, demonstrating its courage and commitment to freedom.
by Daniel Perez
A look at some of the Jewish elements – coincidental or otherwise – of Star Wars.
Does the superstar’s old-style elegance add to her allure?
by Jeff Jacoby
Bulger wasn't hardwired to be a murderer. No one is.
In Spain festival, with Palestinian flags in background, Matisyahu sings “Jerusalem, if I forget you”
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
The more we embrace our emotions, the more alive we feel.
by Jacob Kamaras and JNS.org
Greenberg, baseball’s highest-paid player before the war, was the first Major Leaguer to enlist.
The Disney film teaches one of the most powerful principles for experiencing joy.
Their poetry can touch the deepest realms of the Jewish soul.
by Debbie Gutfreund
Laura Hillenbrand and Louie Zamperini have created extraordinary lives through adversity.
News of a Jewish wizard at Hogwarts reminded me of 5 Jewish values reflected in the series of books.
Why the new film is a disgrace.
by Leonard Nimoy and Wexler Oral History Project
Leonard Nimoy, who passed away last week, explains how the hand-gesture of the Priestly blessing became Spock’s Vulcan salute.
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
In a business fed by 24/7 connectivity, Cory Richman is available 24/6.
She used her acerbic wit to defend Israel and the Jewish people.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
We never really knew him.
by Rabbi Stewart Weiss
A self-proclaimed “honorary Jew,” the comic genius will be missed.
Animated soccer stars compete against evil clones who wear uniforms bearing a logo that looks like the Star of David.
by Tzvi Gluckin
5 Jewish lessons from the world’s greatest band.
by Eli Levine
A widow gives hope to children fighting cancer with a unique graphic novel that contains Jewish themes.
The movie is a distortion of the Torah.
by Eric Brand
The undead remind us of what it means to be human.
The writer and director of Groundhog Day passes away, leaving behind a legacy of funny, thoughtful films.
Claude Lansmann’s film, The Last of the Unjust, explores the moral ramifications of Benjamin Murmelstein’s pact with the devil.
Yulia Lipnitskaya’s Olympic performance: breathtaking or bad taste?
by Bracha Goetz
An Orthodox woman’s unusual encounter with a kabbalist lays the groundwork for her thriller novel just published by the New York Review of Books
by Leora Friedman
Making a difference in people’s lives is more inspiring than any song.
Patience and perseverance: Andy Statman’s journey through Judaism and music.
by Tzvi Nightingale
We all want to live in a world where goodness triumphs over evil.
Reconciling God’s attribute of Justice with Mercy.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Pop star stands on the “wrong side” of history.
by Rabbi Gavriel Horan
The surprising Jewish connection hidden inside the bestselling book and new film.
by Isi Leibler
Why so many Jewish socialists abandoned their people and heritage.
by Mark Papers
Unfortunately, tragedies happen. But we must rise again and find a way to grow.
by Michael Medved
A review of Sen. Joe Lieberman's book on rediscovering the beauty of the Sabbath.
by Aryeh Tepper
Falling in love with Judaism.
Does art stand apart from the artist? What if the artist is Hitler?
The Oscars, Judaism and the power of dreams.
Scooter Braun's Jewish values keep the teen celebrity grounded. An Aish.com exclusive.
by Shlomo Mandel
Why do we cheer for an incredible upset?
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