Four days of intense conversation between friends became the basis for ‘I Think You’re Totally Wrong: A Quarrel,’ a book that is now being made into a movie by James Franco.
The hosts of the top podcasts in iTunes reads like a passenger manifest on the Exodus — but is there a reason behind it? Josh Nathan-Kazis explores the phenomenon of Jews and podcasting.
In today’s frantic, fast-paced world, has the balabusta become as obsolete as the meat grinder or pop-up toaster?
The country’s recent terror attacks have prompted Masha Leon to reflect on how France and all things French have punctuated her life, from Lithuania to Japan — to Paris.
A large crowd filled the auditorium for the Center for Jewish History recently to honor the life and work of Mina Bern, a beloved Yiddish actress who died in 2010.