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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, May 27, 2017

Arts & Culture

Essays on Ethics joins Lessons in Leadership in Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’s ongoing series of online “Covenant and Conversation” essays on the weekly Torah reading.

As in the previous essays, Rabbi Sacks displays a wide-ranging erudition with respect to Jewish and general culture, as well as an impressive ability to express complex ideas in readily-accessible presentations, citing primary and secondary Jewish sources intertwined with a broad spectrum of philosophers, theologians, psychologists, anthropologists, neurological researchers, economists, politicians, historians, painters, and musicians.

In his introduction to this book, entitled “Seven Features of Jewish Ethics,” Rabbi Sacks outlines the areas that he believes to inform Judaism’s

More than 70 Years After the Liberation of Auschwitz, New Program Reveals How Jewish Prisoners Relied on Faith to Maintain Identity

Orthodox Jews in German Nazi concentration camps secretly—and defiantly—continued to practice their faith at the risk of immediate death; and educators at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Poland are now expanding on the experiences of these victims thanks to a new education program presented by the Amud Aish Memorial Museum and Kleinman Holocaust

Several years ago I was expressing to a friend of mine what I assumed was the undeniable fact that the world has an Islam problem. Her kneejerk response, ingrained by years of Progressive indoctrination, was, “But don’t you think Christianity is just as bad?”

Tragically, this continues to be the instinct among the multi-culturalist multitudes in the West: a reflexive defense of Islam and an equally swift condemnation of Christianity. As jihad in all its forms – violent, cultural, legal –

In a concert filled with five centuries of music inspired by Jerusalem, and celebrating the ancient city’s role as the spiritual center of Judaism, the Zamir Choral Foundation presents a one-of-a-kind concert at Frederick P. Rose Hall at Jazz at Lincoln Center, on Sunday May 21 at 3pm.

The concert, “Celebrate Jerusalem,” under the direction of Maestro Matthew Lazar, will feature more than 200 inter-generational voices drawn from three notable Zamir choirs, as well as appearances by two special

Don Rickles, the bullet-headed comedian and actor whose pioneering brand of insult comedy earned him the nickname “Mr. Warmth,” is dead at 90.

Rickles died Thursday morning, April 6th at his home in Los Angeles from kidney failure, according to his publicist. He would have turned 91 on May 8.

Bald and squat, Rickles would pace the stages of night clubs and late night talk shows seeking out “victims” in the audience, riffing on their weight, their ethnicity and their dress, usually pulling back from the