This Week in Forward Arts and Culture

  • Curt Schleier goes to see “Peep World,” where Jews finally attain the dysfunctional status of WASPs.

  • Philologos noses around with exasperation.

  • Michelle Sieff adjudicates Deborah Lipstadt’s arguments with Hannah Arendt in “The Eichmann Trial.”

  • Katherine Clarke looks into Southeastern Europe’s first Holocaust Museum in Skopje, Macedonia.

  • Raphael Mostel celebrates a renewed interest in the strange and beautiful music of Morton Feldman.

  • Israeli rocker Kobi Oz writes an open letter to Roger Waters.

  • If you haven’t yet seen our annual Purim ‘Backward’ edition, check it out here.

  • And on a more somber note, read our complete coverage of the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, including the winners of our poetry contest, here.

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