A.J. Goldmann


Walking While Jewish in Berlin

By A.J. Goldmann

Walking While Jewish in Berlin
A.J. Goldmann walked through Berlin for ten hours with a yarmulke on his head looking to see if he would receive any anti-Semitic taunts. What he did find surprised him.Read More


A Nacht at the Opera in Berlin

By A.J. Goldmann

A Nacht at the Opera in Berlin
A Berlin opera house, the Komische Oper, gives forgotten Jewish artists a new audience. Does this mean that Berlin might see the renaissance of Jewish secular culture?Read More


Stunning New Louvre of Jewish Museums Opens in Warsaw

By A.J. Goldmann

Stunning New Louvre of Jewish Museums Opens in Warsaw
Replete with poignant history, shimmering multimedia, and interactive features, Warsaw’s just-opened Jewish museum is like a stunning Louvre of our own, A.J. Goldmann writes.Read More


Brothers in Minimalism Came Together at BAM

By A.J. Goldmann

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'The Search' Relives Auschwitz — in Chechnya

By A.J. Goldmann

'The Search' Relives Auschwitz — in Chechnya
Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius has updated the classic Holocaust melodrama ‘The Search.’ Yet he gives the film a haunting new setting: Chechnya.Read More



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