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One Everyday Person Looking for Sly Stone

When Sly Stone of Sly and the Family Stone sang, “You can make it if you try” in 1969, he probably didn’t know that...

Penn Hillel Director Wins National Jewish Book Award

After 12 years of working at Penn Hillel, Rabbi Mike Uram has learned a thing or two about how the college-aged Jewish population interacts...

Israeli Film Festival Goes Gaga Over ‘Gaga’

Before Lady Gaga’s hit “Just Dance,” there was a dance style created by Mr. Gaga himself. Formally known as Ohad Naharin, the artistic director of...

Power of Words, Faith Drive Benj Pasek to Musical Success, Including Golden Globe

Maybe we shouldn’t be surprised the former preschool king of Shabbat has become one of the kings of both Broadway and Hollywood. After all, from...

Miss Daisy Drives Into a New Era, Same Story

Need a ride? Before Uber and Lyft, there was Hoke Colburn. Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Driving Miss Daisy is heading to Bristol. The play will...

Walnut Street Production Highlights Humor and Women’s Roles in the 1950s — and Today

The signature circular bulbs outlining the mirrors shined brightly in Leah Walton’s Walnut Street Theatre dressing room in the days leading up to opening...

‘There Are Jews Here’ Showcases Dwindling Small-town Religious and Cultural Life

The title of the film is There Are Jews Here but after seeing last week’s screening of the documentary in New York, viewers would...

Remember the Past and Confront the Future With Holocaust Art Exhibition

When Linda Dubin Garfield and Elsa Wachs were thinking of where to display “Remembering the Past, Confronting the Future,” their collection of Holocaust art,...

Q&A: Judy Gold Brings Her ‘Jewdy’ Persona to the Prince Music Theater on Jan....

Judy Gold — who goes by @jewdygold on Twitter — is one of those comedic actors you’ve seen a million times, in everything, but...

Best of 2016: What We Loved in Jewish Culture This Year

This year was a terrific one for Jewish creative output. There were many Jewish films, both mainstream and festival favorites, which saw their screen...