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Steven Spielberg Will Direct the Next Indiana Jones if Chris Pratt Replaces Harrison Ford

February 23, 2015 | By Ashley Baylen
Steven Spielberg Will Direct the Next Indiana Jones if Chris Pratt Replaces Harrison Ford

The original 'Indiana Jones' director thinks it's time for a younger actor to replace Ford.

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Jewish Hall of Fame: Warren Adler

February 11, 2015 | By Caitlin Marceau
Jewish Hall of Fame: Warren Adler

In anticipation of Valentine's Day, we honor the revered author of the popular novel 'The War of the Roses'

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Urban Outfitters Under Fire For Selling Holocaust Inspired Clothing

February 10, 2015 | By Caitlin Marceau
Urban Outfitters Under Fire For Selling Holocaust Inspired Clothing

It's not the first time they've been called out for selling World War II inspired clothing either

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Joan Rivers Honored With ‘Warrior for Truth’ Award by Algemeiner

February 02, 2015 | By Ashley Baylen
Joan Rivers Honored With ‘Warrior for Truth’ Award by Algemeiner

The Jewish newspaper is honoring the late comedian at their annual gala on Tuesday.

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Postcard from Einstein's Sole Trip to Israel Sells At Auction

January 30, 2015 | By Daniel Koren
Postcard from Einstein's Sole Trip to Israel Sells At Auction

Almost a century after the physicist's trip to the Holy Land, postcard sells for $56,000

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Adam Lambert Announces Album Title

January 29, 2015 | By Ashley Baylen
Adam Lambert Announces Album Title

'The Original High' was announced on Lambert's 33rd birthday.

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Photos Illustrate the Rise of anti-Semitism in Germany Circa 1935

January 26, 2015 | By Polina Garaev
Photos Illustrate the Rise of anti-Semitism in Germany Circa 1935

Eighty years ago, two Jewish journalists sent a Dutch photographer to document anti-Semitism in Third Reich and expose true face of Nazi party to the world, but international media didn't print photos

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Notebook of Alan Turing, Subject of 'The Imitation Game,' Up for $1 Million Auction

January 22, 2015 | By Caitlin Marceau
Notebook of Alan Turing, Subject of 'The Imitation Game,' Up for $1 Million Auction

Contains notes, and formulas, used by Turing to crack the German 'Enigma' code during WWII

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