Marc Weisblott interviews graphic novel author Jamie Michaels about his tome revolving around the Christie Pits riot.
Holocaust survivor Max Eisen's memoir, By Chance Alone, has skyrocketed in popularity lately after being named one of the 2019 Canada Reads contenders.
Need a laugh this Purim? Read this hilarious horoscope column by local standup comedian Miss Tzimmes.
Heather Solomon looks at the history behind the new play Daughters of Mile End, which will open in Montreal on April 3.
How good a singer is Israeli President Reuven Rivlin? Those who’ve always wanted to know will have the chance to find out, when he sings Matisyahu’s hit song One Day at the Westin Harbour Castle in downtown Toronto on April 2.
In this special travel column, Nancy Wigston takes the '500 years of Jewish history' tour in Mexico City.
Ken Gruber writes about his recent sightseeing trip through Morocco.
Paul Lungen looks at the rise of the Or Chaim Knights, the Jewish high school basketball team that recently won the TDCAA city championship for small schools.
Former NBA star Amar'e Stoudemire was granted Israeli citizenship yesterday.
The Hebrew Academy gym was the site of the 24th annual international Oren Grunbaum Hebrew Academy Invitational Basketball Tournament, which took place from Feb. 14-17. Founded in 1995, the tournament brings together top Jewish day school players aged 15 and 16 from Montreal, Toronto and the United States for four days of friendly competition.
Wide receiver Julian Edelman was named most valuable player as the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams at the Super Bowl in Atlanta last night.