As the Wonder Woman display at Comic Con this past weekend shows, Israeli sheyna punim Gal Gadot (in the old country, that was pronounced "Greenstein") has been given a place front and center as the current brightest star in the Amazon princess' galaxy.
Forget Rio, and its bafflingly green swimming pools it's time to dive into gallons of gefilte fish with the Heeb Olympics—the first and only Jewish sporting event not to feature Hank Greenberg.
Actor, comedian and musician John Ross Bowie talks "4 Chords and a Gun"—a play about four bruddas from Queens who made a musical masterpiece with the help of a man who kept his own stash of Manischewitz.
The subject matter of Ido Haar’s Presenting Princess Shaw, and Tomer Heymann’s Mr. Gaga may be worlds apart, but each film sheds light on what it means to create -- and be created by -- the artistic process.
The future of R-Rated comedy is in the hands of a foul-mouthed frankfurter and his foodstuff pals.
Adeena Sussman on her new cookbook colab
What do you do after creating one of the most popular sitcoms of all time? If you're Everybody Loves Raymond's Phil Rosenthal, you star in your own food and travel show for PBS.
Folksbiene Theater Presents: ‘The Golden Bride,’ A Long Lost Yiddish Operetta Returns After 70 Years
A conversation with costume designer Izzy Fields, who reimagined the look and feel of the Golden Age of 2nd Avenue's Yiddish theater.