“Leonard Cohen: Bird on a Wire,” a 1972 concert film, has taken 45 years to get here. It almost never made it at all.
Carrie Fisher has died at 60. We remember a memorable hour we spent with her — though perhaps it wasn’t quite as memorable as she claimed.
The revival of William Finn’s ‘Falsettos’ left an emotionally satisfying mark on our hearts and minds.
“A lot of people want you to be that [character] and get slightly offended when you’re not. It’s a strange thing.”
“Being Latin and Jewish I felt slightly disenfranchised.”
In 1977, Tal Brody helped Maccabi-Tel Aviv capture a championship and the hearts of a nation. Brody talks about the new documentary “On the Map,” which celebrates that triumph.
From IDF to Italian cruise ship to some of New York’s most notable restaurants, Moshe Grundman found the pressure of a professional kitchen like being in the army — and he liked it.
Just how Jon Levy went from social outcast to major influencer is an incredible story — one he details in his new book, “The 2 AM Principle: Discover the Science of Adventure,” a guide to living an adventurous life.
While Tovah Feldshuh, Ed Koch and Yiddish actor Fyvush Finkel lend flavor to this new PBS documentary, the film feels like it baked in the oven a tad too long.
Adam Kirsch’s “The People and the Books” discusses 18 classics of Jewish literature. But what does this prominent critic truly believe?