Martin Lockshin examines why Moses Mendelssohn's Hebrew writings have been neglected in recent years.
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.
Alex Rose profiles recent Jeopardy! champion, Thornhill's own Jordan Nussbaum.
Michael Fraiman writes about the Jewish themes in The Last Man on Earth.
Randi Skurka writes about the Jewish values taught on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
In this fascinating article, Norman Ravvin explores Poland's rich arts and culture scene.
Sandy Bornstein provides a detailed description of the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in Denver.
"With all of our classes meeting and exceeding curriculum and surpassing the government requirements for home-schoolers, we decided to focus on sports and physical education," says Devorah Feldman.
On July 22, the Toronto Spikeball League will team up with Save a Child’s Heart, to host a one-day charity roundnet tournament.
Competitive hockey is virtually closed to observant Jewish youngsters, because practically every league plays on Fridays and Saturdays. That’s why two brothers founded Tip-Top Hockey Academy.
Charles Dunst of the JTA examines the political and geographic decisions that have kept Israel from playing in the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament.
Five Jewish baseball players hit home runs on Friday, Jared Kushner will visit the Middle East next week, and more in our Daily Spiel!