By Suzanne Koven
Review of Voisins Voisines, a film about a group of neighbors in a Paris apartment building who keep their distance from each other, including a Jewish-Muslim couple.
By Gerri Miller
Profile of Natalhia Ramos, one of the stars of Bratz, a musical comedy based on the popular dolls.
By Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
Profile of Tamara Podemski, an Ojibwa-Israeli singer, dancer and actor.
By Michael Fox
Review of A Mighty Heart, Mariane Pearl’s memoir of her search for the truth about her husband Daniel Pearl’s death.
By Alina Adams
An essay on how children's movies that purportedly teach positive lessons about intercultural relationships actually reinforce the status quo.
By Marc Ballon
Review of The Heebie-Jeebies at CBGB’s: A Secret History of Jewish Punk, about the Jews who made punk music what it was.
By Nate Bloom
It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. And many of the season's biggest/most annoying hits were written by Jewish songwriters.
By Lisa Keys
News article about Bratz, the multiethnic, sexed-up anti-Barbie doll that was created by an Iranian Jewish immigrant and features a half-Jewish character.
By Bill Wine
Review of The Ten, an absurd comedy about the Ten Commandments.
By Laurie Heifetz
An interview with Elinor Kowarksy, filmmaker-producer of Ha-Ulpan, a documentary about non-Jewish partners of Israelis in a Hebrew class in Tel Aviv.