Gitai’s obsession with Rabin’s assassination reflects the sentiment that the Prime Minister’s death marked the end of any hope of peace.
“In the spring I asked a local kingmaker if he considered me qualified,” she wrote. “‘Only a woman would ask that,’ he told me.”
Stanford Libraries have been on an Allen Ginsberg roll.
Art has always been financed by the wealth of entities – people, corporations, or countries – whose ethical standing is dubious.
Trilling memorably described the title character of Roth’s “Portnoy’s Complaint” as thinking “his parents took the id out of Yid.”
Look back to an iconic summer or two of the past with The New Yorker’s newly-released “The 60s: The Story of a Decade.”
Tony Kusher — who’d like to emphasize he is no relation of Jared Kushner’s, thank you very much — is jumping into the fray.
A Forward critic called Naharin’s “Last Work” “nothing short of a revelation.”
“There is not enough education about whom we are, about what is a human being, and how is he to relate to other[s] of the same kind.”