Judith Malina, Theater Rebel, Dies at 88

Judith Malina, an iconoclastic actor and theater world activist who founded the Living Theater on the Lower East Side, has reportedly died at 88.

Spain Islamists Accused in Jewish Bookstore Bomb Plot

Members of a suspected militant Islamist cell arrested this week in Spain were trying to obtain explosives to bomb a Jewish bookshop in Barcelona, an investigating magistrate said on Friday.

Was Our Greatest Composer-Critic an Unrepentant Anti-Semite?

Virgil Thomson, subject of a new Library of America series, produced admirable works. But his offensive statements about Aaron Copland and George Gershwin are cause for scrutiny.


A Manifesto for the Unsung Female Artist

How are Jewish female artists supposed to navigate a world where only 30% of those represented by galleries are women? New York painter Melissa Meyer is here to tell you.

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