Trump in Perspective
A Dog’s Eye View of the Holocaust
In her latest film review, Dina Gold discusses Shepherd: The Story of a Jewish Dog, which opened in movie theaters on May 28.
‘If the Government Can Survive One Week, It’ll Survive a Month’: An Interview with Michael Oren
Moment Zoominar: To All Who Call in Truth with Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren and Journalist A.J. Jacobs
Former Israeli ambassador to the United States, former Knesset member, historian and prolific author Michael Oren discusses his latest novel, To All Who Call in Truth, a story about passion, betrayal, adolescence, and murder, drawing on his own experiences as a teenager growing up in New Jersey in the early 1970s. He also talks about current events in Israel. Michael is in conversation with journalist and bestselling New York Times author A.J. Jacobs.
The Day After Bibi
Naftali Bennett, Israel’s new prime minister, has little international experience. Like Netanyahu, he opposes the Iranian nuclear deal.
Book Review | When Honor Fades
Beshert | “Change Your Space, Change Your Life”
Moment Zoominar: Jewish Pioneers in Television: The Next Generation with TV Historians Walter J. Podrazik and Harry Castleman
TV became the preeminent communication force in society from the 1960s onward, with Jews at the creative and business forefront. Walter J. Podrazik and Harry Castleman continue their entertaining survey of the medium’s history with a focus on influential figures such as Fred Silverman, Brandon Tartikoff, Barry Diller and Sumner Redstone and the groundbreaking shows they brought to the screen such as Seinfeld, Happy Days, Charlie’s Angels, Hill Street Blues, The Cosby Show, The Simpsons and The Big Bang Theory plus made-for-TV movies and miniseries such as Roots. Their achievements paved the way for the growth of cable, and eventually streaming.