David Grossman’s adaptation of “To the End of the Land” is more than a political play. It’s a haunting depiction of universal maternal anxiety.
The find comes ahead of Tisha B’Av, which commemorates the destruction of Jerusalem and the first and second temples by the Babylonians and Romans.
“Haredim are good at analyzing Rashi, not at technology,” he recalled them saying.
“I think it can be very therapeutic…In this way they can let it out and put it behind them.”
The exhibit has been in the works for seven years. It may charge a small entrance fee but will be free for students.
“If that deal doesn’t conform to what it’s supposed to conform to, it’s going to be big, big problems for them,” Trump said at an Ohio rally.
The preliminary vote would force any potential transfer of parts of the city to “a foreign party” to be approved by a two-thirds margin.
A top economics pundit chides healthcare debate: too much ‘compassion,’ too little ‘rational’ cost cutting talk. J.J. Goldberg takes the terms apart.
“They can survive a news cycle,” Schatz said of Senate Republicans. “But they will own whatever law is enacted.”
“I suppose it’s an interesting premise, but as is often the case with interesting premises, at what cost?” writes Roxane Gay in a NYT essay.
— A prominent Connecticut rabbi was charged in the alleged sexual assault of a minor two months after he was ordered to pay a civil judgmen…
Before the beloved author and essayist died in March, she had already begun planning an art exhibit to celebrate life.
LOS ANGELES – While researching his latest one-man show, “Our Great Tchaikovsky,” Hershey Felder — a playwright, actor and compose…
French Catholic priest and Holocaust scholar Fr. Patrick Desbois is on a mission to collect testimonies of Yazidi survivors of ISIS atrocities.
The movie was shot entirely in Yiddish.
These nine vegan recipes will get you through the meatless mourning period of the Nine Days.
He tried not to study her so he did so from the side, when she wasn’t watching.
— The museum at Auschwitz announced the first traveling exhibit about the Nazi concentration and extermination camp featuring more than 600…
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