Norman Ravvin reviews Ellen Schwartz’s young adult novel, The Princess Dolls.
Comedian Larry David called on “the idiots out there” to stay home and watch TV in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Ruth Schweitzer chats with Elizabeth Leslie, a dark-wave synth-pop artist whose new music is about climate change and her breakup with an ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman.
Myron Love looks at the new documentary, Tikkun Olam: Isaac’s Legacy, which focuses on the interaction of 94-year-old Holocaust survivor and educator Isaac Gotfried and a class of Grade 12 students at J. H. Bruns Collegiate, a secondary school in southern Winnipeg.
Toronto's clubs and bars are closed for an indefinite period of time and concerts and music festivals have been cancelled, putting the livelihood of many musicians in jeopardy.
Sandy Bornstein chronicles her recent travels through Kobe, Japan.
Travel writer Erika Leviant and her granddaughter Ella Kaplun explore the Jewish sights of Stockholm.
Paul Lungen profiles 18-year-old Canadian competitive figure skater Mark Gorodnitsky.
The Manitoulin Panthers, an indigenous hockey team from Manitoulin Island, on Lake Huron, recently hosted the Avenue Road Ducks, a Jewish hockey team from Toronto, as part of the annual Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup.
David Stern, who in three decades as NBA commissioner guided the league from financial distress to become a multi-billion dollar global enterprise, died yesterday. He was 77.
From Chariots of Fire to School Ties... they're slim pickings, but solid flicks.