As she explained in a 2013 interview with Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster, Svetlana Alexievich, whose Nobel Prize for Literature was announced on October 8, is a banned author in her homeland of Belarus.0
As we approach the centenary of Frank Sinatra, biographer David Lehman talks with Benjamin Ivry about the lifelong love affair between Ol’ Blue Eyes and the Jewish people.0
In her debut novel, Sigal Samuel tells the story of a dysfunctional Jewish family obsessed with climbing the Kabbalah’s Tree of Life — even though they don’t believe in God.0
Chef Einat Admony, founder of New York City’s Balaboosta, Bar Bolonat and Taim, will open an Israeli-Spanish eatery in November called Combina.
In ‘Black Earth,’ historian Timothy Snyder stresses how ‘statelessness’ facilitated mass murder — and could lead to future genocides.0
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