Jewdyssee – This Aint Your Parents Old Yiddish Music

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Bedouin Soundclash Contest Interview

Shalom Life recently held a contest for a lucky fan to interview Bedouin Soundclash backstage before their concert in Toronto

Shalom Life Interviews Rap Star Mac Miller

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Lea Michele Gets ‘Glee’ Spinoff

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Jonah Hill and Anthony Bourdain Protest Russia’s Anti-Gay Laws

Dozens of celebrities are joining the Human Rights Campaign’s new “Love Conquers Hate” t-shirt initiative

Top Google Employees Have Choice Words for NSA

But are they justified, given Google’s disregard of user privacy for advertisers?

Breakthrough Jew – Bex Taylor-Klaus

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Jesse Eisenberg and Kirsten Stewart Reunite For ‘American Ultra’

The ‘Adventureland’ co-stars are confirmed for an upcoming comedy

Bar-Ilan University Praises New Law Raising Minimum Legal Marriage Age

The University’s Rackman Center for the Advancement of the Status of Women is celebrating the Israeli parliament’s decision to raise the age to 18, up one year from 17

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The 19 year old sophomore sat on the exam table looking at the floor. A college student with obvious charm

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In 1971, researchers set up a prison in the basement of Stanford University’s Psychology Department. The idea was to

U.S. vs. Europe: Health Care

As I have tried to make abundantly clear the United States is the only country in the industrialized world that

Hands Off America

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Fat Returns After Liposuction …

A study appeared in a journal titled “Obesity” which was reported by a group from the University of Colorado. In

What does Victory Look Like?

Sixty-five years ago today, World War II officially came to an end. On September 2, 1945, Japanese Foreign Minister

Bedouin Soundclash Contest Interview

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Palestinian-Israeli Youth Orchestra to Play in America [VIDEO]

HEARTBEAT uses music to build relations between Israeli and Palestinian youth

Union Representative Calls Jewish Man a “Neo-Nazi”

Man questions a teacher’s biases, situation escalates

Ronaldo to Arrive in Israel

The iconic Brazilian soccer player will make his way to the Holy Land this

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EXCLUSIVE: Author Aili McConnon Discusses Her Award-Winning Non-Fiction Book, ‘Road

McConnon and her brother, Andres, recently won the Canadian Jewish Book Award for Road

Stevie Wonder Might “Do Something in Hebrew”

Iconic musician looks to keep a promise to his mother with new albums

Rare Superman Comic Book Personalized For Bar Mitzvah Boy Goes

Daniel Bradman was gifted a customized Superman comic for his Bar Mitzvah in 1988

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Marvel Entertainment & Netflix Team Up

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Twitter Shares Jump From $26 to $45 as Trading Begins

With a 73% jump from the initial asking price of $26 a share, Twitter

Top Google Employees Have Choice Words for NSA

But are they justified, given Google’s disregard of user privacy for advertisers?

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Hebrew University Looks to Make Needles Obsolete

A recent development at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has created a handheld device

Israeli Researchers: Recycling is as Old as Time

At a Tel Aviv University-sponsored conference on the origins of recycling, Professor Ran Barkai

First Syrian Baby born in Israeli Hospital

Baby’s mother arrived overnight at Ziv Medical Center after crossing Israel-Syria border; curfew shutdown