- Sacha Baron Cohen is being criticized for presenting negative stereotypes of Arabs in “The Dictator.” Can’t say this one was hard to see coming.
Aaron Sorkin has signed on to write the script for a Steve Jobs biopic.
The online Museum of Family History has a new exhibit on “The Remarkable Zalmen Zylbercweig,” editor of the six-volume “Lexicon of the Yiddish Theatre.”
Joseph Epstein reflects on his friendship with art critic Hilton Kramer in The New Criterion.
Jordan has freed the publisher of an online newspaper charged with propagating “anti-regime sentiment.”
Actor Elliott Gould has become the new face of Aish HaTorah.
Watch Mandy Patinkin speaking at a Peace Now conference in Jerusalem.
Read an excerpt from Isaac Bashevis Singer and Maurice Sendak’s “Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories.”
Seth Lipsky defends the Obama campaign’s new “Forward” slogan.
- The New York Freudian Society is attempting to update its image by changing its name to the Contemporary Freudian Society.
Listen to the only known recording of Freud speaking.
Watch a previously unseen Beastie Boys video from the unaired third season of “Chapelle’s Show.”
Director David Cronenberg will take a turn in front of the camera as a crazed scientist on the Syfy show “Rewind.”
The New York Times’ Dennis Lim talks to the Supreme Leader of Wadiya.
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