A celebrated Israeli novelist is among the winners of this year’s Sydney Taylor Book Award for Jewish children’s books.
For his second film, author David Bezmozgis has adapted the title story of his collection “Natasha and Other Stories.” Russian-Jewish audiences will applaud its accuracy, but whether all audiences will embrace it is a different matter.
In his latest book, “Black Earth,” historian Timothy Snyder posits that the Nazi destruction of Eastern European states made the Holocaust possible. In an exclusive interview, Snyder explains his theories and why they’re especially relevant today.17
“Hangover” screenwriter Craig Mazin has plenty of material should he ever decide to do a Ted Cruz biopic.11
There’s a memorable scene in “Annie Hall” when Woody Allen’s character, Alvy Singer, rants about finding anti-Semites everywhere he goes.6
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