Claude Lansmann’s film, The Last of the Unjust, explores the moral ramifications of Benjamin Murmelstein’s pact with the devil.
The writer and director of Groundhog Day passes away, leaving behind a legacy of funny, thoughtful films.
Yulia Lipnitskaya’s Olympic performance: breathtaking or bad taste?
An Orthodox woman’s unusual encounter with a kabbalist lays the groundwork for her thriller novel just published by the New York Review of Books
Making a difference in people’s lives is more inspiring than any song.
Patience and perseverance: Andy Statman’s journey through Judaism and music.
We all want to live in a world where goodness triumphs over evil.
Reconciling God’s attribute of Justice with Mercy.
Pop star stands on the “wrong side” of history.
The surprising Jewish connection hidden inside the bestselling book and new film.
Why so many Jewish socialists abandoned their people and heritage.
Unfortunately, tragedies happen. But we must rise again and find a way to grow.
A review of Sen. Joe Lieberman's book on rediscovering the beauty of the Sabbath.
Does art stand apart from the artist? What if the artist is Hitler?
Scooter Braun's Jewish values keep the teen celebrity grounded. An Aish.com exclusive.
Children today are like leatherback turtles lured away from the life-giving ocean by the glare of artificial lights.
The Texas Rangers offer lessons for achieving a common goal.
Despite the umpire's botched call, Armando Galarraga pitched an exquisite feat in the game of life.
The connections with Torah and Hebrew words are just too frequent and striking to be accidental.
Surprisingly, James Cameron’s new blockbuster taught me a lot about myself.
Two contemporary morality tales convey the same important message.
Michael Jackson’s farewell movie is a hit, but it also provokes some difficult questions.
A creative writing class unexpectedly unlocks metaphysical mysteries.
Quentin Tarantino's new movie made me wonder what Jewish "vengeance" should look like.
Rabbi Yonah Weinrib has devoted his life to interpreting and portraying Torah through art.
In some parts of the world, a woman can be destroyed at a man's whim without consequence.
Israel's first observant pro-basketball player is on a mission.
Sci-fi fun often ignores the tough questions about human existence.
You need to find the right question for the answer to make sense.
Although a magnificent piece of art, this film is damaging to Israel.
How the Bielski Partisans built a village amidst the Nazi death machine.
This well-meaning book ends up distorting the Holocaust.
Is the Sistine Chapel the site for the greatest subversive act in the history of art?