‘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.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 ‘Alexandrian Summer,’ Egyptian-Jewish novelist and playwright, Yitzhak Gormezano Goren, explores whether faith or culture define who we are - and culture wins out.0
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.0
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.0
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.0
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