Florentin in Tel Aviv is a great place to check out graffiti that reveals Israel’s political pulse. Here’s a tour.
Donald Trump proposed to eliminate four vital cultural agencies — here’s just a small sampling of what those agencies have helped to fund.
Charges of anti-Semitism have not stopped our greatest actors from playing the role of Shylock. Scholar Miriam Gilbert explains why.
The prize, granted annually, is a prestigious award for English-language literature.
There’s a kosher pizza war being waged in the heart of Hasidic Brooklyn — and a Jewish religious court has laid down a Solomonic decision about how the pie is going to be sliced.
News that X-Men super-villain Magneto is joining the Nazis has rocked the comic book world. But should we really be so upset?
Jews created the superhero genre, so why are there so few Jewish superheroes?
Known for both his scandalous life and his groundbreaking architecture, Louis Kahn is the subject of Wendy Lesser’s new biography “You Say To Brick.”
As literature elevates, it is occasionally important to elevate literature, which is, perhaps, why the 2017 National Jewish Book Awards took place in a Manhattan penthouse.
In abundance at the March 6 launch of Abigail Pogrebin’s “My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew,” among other things, were wine, a distinctly Jewish sense of goodwill, motherly advice, and petite, tastefully arranged spoonfuls of raw tuna.
Only 30% of literature translated into English is written by women. A new prize, announced today on International Women’s Day seeks to bring attention to women authors.
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