Part of what makes the art scene in Israel so unique is that the country blends so many varying influences from all over the Jewish world.
Music has been a part of Jewish life since biblical times, and remains integral to the Jewish religious and cultural experiences.
Literature in Judeo-Spanish, the language of Sephardic Jews
Because many Jewish writers wrote in German, Russian, French, and other European languages, what we call "European Jewish literature" overlaps with European literature as a whole.
Think Hebrew is the only Jewish language? Think again!
Modern Israeli Literature
Modern Hebrew literature got an ideological start in Germany, then found artistic maturity in the East.
Aesthetically pleasing Judaica enhances holiday celebration.
On "Seinfeld" and other 1990s TV shows, Jewishness became part of the American pop culture landscape.
How a first generation Jewish American became an entertainment legend.
While Judaism isn't famous for grooming star athletes, there's a rich history nonetheless.
The Man of Steel's Jewish roots.
A celebrated American composer, conductor, teacher, and pianist who infused his work with his Jewish heritage