Offering a rich, nuanced and thoughtful tapestry, Seeking the Fabled City is a welcome addition to our literature on Canadian Jewry.
At Duesseldorf’s historic Malkasten artists’ association on Nov. 19, the Nazi-looted painting, Storm at Sea, by the Dutch master Johannes Hermanus Koekkoek, was returned to the heirs of art dealer Max Stern.
After 31 years at the helm of the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Steven Schipper is fast approaching his last curtain call. In six months, Canada’s longest-serving artistic director will be retiring.
Ron Csillag writes about his recent adventures in Africa.
Lauren Kramer writes about her recent family trip to Thailand.
A sport that almost no one in Canada has heard about has become something of a craze among women in Israel, with thousands it playing socially every week.
An Israeli amateur sports association specifically for mothers is holding its first clinic in Montreal from Nov. 9-11 at McGill University.
For people living with Parkinson’s disease, exercise is vital for maintaining balance, mobility and the activities of daily living many others take for granted. The boxers at Rock Steady Boxing are fighting this disease one jab at a time.
Julia Glushko, Israel's top-ranked female tennis player since 2015, won the $60,000 Granby National Bank Challenger tennis tournament in Granby, Que., on July 29.
After four years of starring for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s basketball team, Sage Usher, 23, is going pro. The Toronto native will begin next season with Maccabi Raanana, a team in Israel’s National League that’s based in Ra'anana, which is about a 20 minute drive north of Tel Aviv.