One Woman: Oscar Straus’s ‘Eine Frau’ was the first 2015 premiere of the Komische Oper Berlin.

A Nacht at the Opera in Berlin

A Berlin opera house, the Komische Oper, gives forgotten Jewish artists a new audience. Does this mean that Berlin might see the renaissance of Jewish secular culture?

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Harissa Chili to Warm the Home

What is the best way to make a new place feel like home? It all starts with a big pot of chili, spiced with North African harissa.

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Housewarming Harissa Chili, the Recipe

With multiple moves under her belt, the writer has become practiced at the art of making new digs feel like home. The first step, she says, is inviting friends over for this hearty chili.

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Herman Rosenblat, Penned Fake Shoah Memoir, Dies at 85

Herman Rosenblat, a Holocaust survivor who created a scandal by writing a memoir filled with untrue details, has died.

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the Reluctant Feminists

Living in Paris, Susan Reimer-Torn found women living lives marked by a certain indifference to feminist ideology. The revelations in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn trial changed all that.

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