By most accounts, I am not a self-hating Jew. Yet I sometimes keep quiet about my identity.13
Lenny Bruce, one of the funniest and most controversial comics who ever lived, died 50 years ago of a drug overdone in August, 1966. This somber anniversary inspires this joyous celebration of Bruce’s life.
A deeply-wounded marriage of 36 years is aided, surprisingly, when a couple attends Talmud classes together.
At Lincoln Center Festival, the Globe Theatre’s “The Merchant of Venice” transformed its source text into a play that was about anti-Semitism, not anti-Semitic itself.4
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