Maxwell Smart knows all too well what it means to be a child separated from his parents. At age 12, his mother and father were not only taken from him forever, but he was left to fend for himself, running for his life for two years.
Montrealer Georgette Brinberg, a Holocaust survivor, returned to France to honour the memory of the people in the village of Morée, who sheltered her and her sister during that terrible time.
Orthodox students hold separate-gender services at the egalitarian section of the Western Wall, Mark Zuckerberg clarifies remark on not automatically removing Holocaust-denying Facebook posts, recent study on the rate of sexual abuse among people who have left the Orthodox community.
Rabbi Mordechai Green, who served as the spiritual leader of Adas Israel congregation for 60 years (44 years in the pulpit and another 16 as rabbi emeritus), died in Israel.
Michael Fraiman profiles the Toronto All-Star Big Band, a 22-person youth orchestra that plays jazz music from the 1930s and ’40s. The band will be playing as part of the upcoming Beaches International Jazz Festival in Toronto.