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The contemporary relevance of a discarded Nazi propaganda film.
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The importance of learning about your heritage.
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Goldman, Lipman and Spider-Man: All Jewish names.
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Comedy Central muzzles free speech in fear of offending Islam.
The worldwide release of a hot new CD – right here on Aish.com.
One American family united the people of Israel through song.
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Whose side are you on now?
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J.D. Salinger captured adolescence's anxiety, defiance and desperation for identity and love.
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The Jewish people have been “unplugging” once a week for millennia.
Jason Reitman’s new film got a bunch of well-deserved Golden Globe nominations, but it is also a little depressing.
Surprisingly, James Cameron’s new blockbuster taught me a lot about myself.
Despite the magic, it is character that prevails.
Mankind should be our business.
by Mois Navon
Delving into Jethro Tull's song on life.
Michael Jackson’s farewell movie is a hit, but it also provokes some difficult questions.
Two contemporary morality tales convey the same important message.
by Rabbi Leiby Burnham
Do you know what your child is reading?
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Here they’ve come to save the day...Jews in the comic industry.
If only the Coen brothers were serious.
Meryl Streep's new film reminded me to chew my food a little longer, and enjoy it a little more.
The film's powerful Rosh Hashanah message.
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The film "Up" teaches a lesson about not being afraid of life's new challenges.
Quentin Tarantino's new movie made me wonder what Jewish "vengeance" should look like.
Reporter Steve Lopez thought he found a story in Nathaniel Ayers. What he really found was a friend.
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Sci-fi fun often ignores the tough questions about human existence.
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