“The Profane,” the latest play by Zayd Dohrn, son of the Weather Underground’s Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, takes on a challenging topic.
The literary world has been recently abuzz over reports that a letter of poet and novelist Sylvia Plath, which has never been made public, alleges that her husband, the poet Ted Hughes, physically abused her two days before she miscarried their second child.
On April 18, 1955, Albert Einstein passed away.
Two writers for the Forward have been named finalists for the 2017 Deadline Club Awards.
J.T. Rogers’s “Oslo,” which premiered Off-Broadway last spring and opened on Broadway on April 13th, will be moving to the silver screen.
This weekend, as you take breaks from thinking up creative things to do with matzah — it’s a hard pastime to turn away from, we know — turn your attention first to a host of exciting cultural events.
Ardian Syaf was recently fired by Marvel over his inclusion of allegedly anti-Semitic and anti-Christian symbols in the newly-released “X-Men Gold #1.”
Judith Leiber’s life was one long surprise.
On April 9, the late, great rock ‘n’ roll icon Chuck Berry was laid to rest.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” the two-part stage play that premiered in London last summer, won a record-breaking nine Olivier Awards.