Ilana Rovina was extremely popular in the 1960s and 1970s, especially during the Yom Kippur War when she traveled constantly to the front lines to sing to the troops.
“I’m sure there’s a lot more than horses and sweets there, but I don’t really know what there is. I think it’s a humorous song. I’m not trying to put down anybody.”
The Jewish heritage of Meijer de Haan, artist and Gauguin's protégé, is finally revealed.
The Wolfson Museum of Jewish Art at Heichal Shlomo hosts ‘This Too Is Possible’
Through “Pravda,” Zoya Cherkassky is certainly adding her unique voice and perspective.
David Kroyanker’s paean to his beloved Jerusalem is an enriching joy to behold, which offers a fascinating peek into this unique and ever-evolving city.
The singer had hinted at retiring from touring two years ago, saying that “Showbiz doesn’t hold any interest” for him.
Lewis traveled to Tel Aviv for a weeklong film festival in his honor, produced in association with the Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archives.
Ariela Wertheimer establishes herself as world class artist without the help of her famous family
David Breuer-Weil expresses love for the holy city in his modern sculptures he spreads around it.