A pause in battle, Mt. Hermon, Yom Kippur War, October 1973. Photo courtesy Netanyahu family
by Danielle Berrin, Hollywood Jew
The Talmud teaches that mourning does not begin until the first piles of dirt are thrown upon a grave. So it must follow, then, that a person’s death is the final act of their life. Certainly this was so for Yoni Netanyahu, a beloved Israeli military... More.
by Naomi Pfefferman, The Ticket
Lisa Kudrow was laughing about the narcissistic shrink she plays on her improvised Showtime dark comedy, “Web Therapy.” “Isn’t she awful?” said Kudrow, who burst into popular... More.
by Jonathan Maseng, Contributing Writer
“This was really the first time that Sharon [Lockhart], in a certain respect, was collaborating with an artist that was no longer alive,” Stephanie Barron said. More.