Misha Berson

Warts and All, Wendy Wasserstein Had Love to Spare

Wendy Wasserstein thrived on companionship yet confided in few. A new book sheds light on the playwright’s unquestioned talent and quixotic personality.

ARI BEN CANAAN: Newman defied authority - and the old stereotypes.

Cool and Dashing, Paul Newman Was a New Kind of Jewish Star

While in high school in the early 1960s, my older brother bore a fleeting, flattering resemblance to Paul Newman.