Out and About: Pearl Buck's Jewish Novel; Robert Moses, the Musical
Get ready for the Robert Moses musical.
Find out what the New York Times best sellers were the week you were born (or any week, really).
New research shows that Wilhelm von Bode (1845-1929), the namesake of the Bode Museum in Berlin, was — get this — an anti-Semite.
“Peony,” a 1948 novel by Pearl Buck, tells the story of the Kaifeng Jews.
Forward staff writer Gal Beckerman has won the Jewish Book of the Year Award from the Jewish Book Council for “When They Come for Us, We’ll Be Gone: The Epic Struggle To Save Soviet Jewry.”
Take a look at the libraries of the rich and famous.
Book critic and Times Literary Supplement editor John Gross has died.