‘Single Handed’ traces the story of Teddy Rubin, a Hungarian Jew who survived the Mauthausen concentration camp, saved Army comrades during the Korean War, and ultimately received a Medal of Honor — even in the face of anti-Semitism.3
How do you give Mom and Dad the attention they deserve in their final days? Acclaimed journalist Bob Morris explores his parents’ deaths in his new book, ‘Bobby Wonderful.’
In ‘Alexandrian Summer,’ Egyptian-Jewish novelist and playwright, Yitzhak Gormezano Goren, explores whether faith or culture define who we are - and culture wins out.
As the mercury continues to rise, now seems like a good time to pray to Ben & Jerry’s to make these cool, heavenly flavors available to the devoted masses.
The poet Yisroel Shtern was reluctant to publish his own work, writing about the ‘over-proliferation of books on this planet.’ Only in 2014 did a true collection of Shtern’s work appear.
In ‘The Meursault Investigation,’ novelist Kamel Daoud explores one of the most famous crimes of the 20th century: the murder of an Arab on an Algiers beach by Camus’s existential hero.
For $585,000, you can buy a studio in Manhattan or J.D. Salinger’s house in Cornish, New Hampshire. Contemplating a move, Adam Langer ventures to the faraway land where Salinger lived in seclusion after attaining unwanted fame.8
From artwork about the lynchings of African-Americans to the plight of the poor and socially disenfranchised, Jews have been on the forefront of social awareness. A new book asks why.
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