Comedian Sarah Silverman said she is “insanely lucky to be alive” after being admitted to the hospital last week with a life-threatening condition.
In “My Friends,” published in the Forverts on February 21, 1966, Elie Wiesel recalls growing up in Sighet, then part of Romania, and his group of peers, most of whom were killed in the Holocaust.
Renowned Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami has died at the age of 76. His films were rarely shown in Iran but had a devoted Israeli following. Benjamin Ivry explains the universal appeal of his cinematic art.
As with almost anywhere she travels, Leah Koenig found breakfast in Poland to be the most memorable meal of the day.
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