Out and About: Stanley Kubrik's Unmade Holocaust Movie; A 19th-Century Female Cantor Remembered
Richard Brody discovers Stanley Kubrik’s unmade Holocaust film, “The Aryan Papers.”
Joel Schalit has a run-in with the garbage Nazis of Stuttgart.
Philip Roth is among the nominees for the Man Booker International Prize.
Forward contributor Mark Oppenheimer on the new teenage anti-hero.
Rediscovering Julie Eichberg Rosewald, cantor at San Francisco’s Temple Emanu-El from 1884 to 1893.
Ultra-Orthodox publisher Smash Magazines launches “Stylish,” a lifestyle magazine for Haredim.
The nominees for the Israel Theater Prize have been announced.
How “Citizen Kane” changed the way Jews were portrayed on screen.
Joshua Cohen on the history of handwriting.
The Guardian profiles writer and “Bored to Death” creator Jonathan Ames.