If you’re still in winter hygge mode, spend your weekend bingeing the newly-released third season of Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris’s Netflix show “Grace and Frankie.”
Scholars of Saul Bellow, the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, can now peruse the most sizable collection of his personal papers that has yet been made available at the University of Chicago Library.
Fran Lebowitz talked to The New York Times about her reading habits, and save some choice words for those of the president.
Woe to the soul who dares to assume they can make sense of Bob Dylan.
Today, The New York Times announced that its new co-chief theater critic would be Jesse Green, currently of New York Magazine.
The 2017 Lincoln Center Festival will feature a theatrical adaptation of David Grossman’s 2008 novel “To The End of the Land” and filmmaker Amos Gitai’s play “Yitzhak Rabin: Chronicle of an Assassination.”
For Stephen Sondheim’s birthday, the Forward presents you with three of our favorite revisitations of Sondheim’s work. Listen — and, if you dare, sing along.
On National Poetry Day, we introduced you to four of our favorite American Jewish poets. Now, for World Poetry Day, get to know three Latin American Jewish poets.
Almost 40 years after film director Roman Polanski fled the United States to avoid further sentencing after pleading guilty to unlawful sex with a minor, a Los Angeles judge is set to rule on what might be the last iteration of Polanski’s case within 90 days.
Countertenor Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, at 23 years old, might be one of opera’s most promising stars.