Jane Austen, who died 200 years ago on July 18, 1817, is more than just the author of six beloved novels; she is an industry.
Mid-century Broadway was a wacky place. The musical “First Impressions,” an adaptation of “Pride and Prejudice,” was no exception.
Austen’s priorities were clear: Marriage should be about love, compatibility, integrity, and mutual respect.
New work by Daniel Mendelsohn, Roz Chast, Nicole Krauss and Marcel Proust(?!) and a biography of Al Hirschfeld are all part of our summer book guide.
Celebrate National Tequila Day and it’s tenuous Jewish connection in the form of Bethenny Frankel and SkinnyGirl Margaritas.
King was raised Methodist and still identifies as such. Yet Jewish themes and characters pop up throughout his life and work.
50 years after declaring that he wanted to follow in I.L. Peretz’s footsteps, Seth Rogovoy is helping to bring one of his works to life at Yidstock.
Within a generation, Jewish-Americans had populated the top tiers of business, law, education, journalism, and the arts
You can learn a lot about life from the magical world of Hogwarts — and a lot about Judaism too.
The whole thing is absolutely humiliating – both for Trump and for us – because of the quality of the fake and its mere existence.
‘Gedali’ is a perfect Zionist proclamation: “Jews, it is over here in Europe; flee while you can.”
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