Out and About: Morton Feldman in Philadelphia; The 'Once Upon a Potty' App

  • Holland Cotter takes a look at the Contemporary Jewish Museum’s Gertrude Stein exhibit, reviewed by the Forward’s Joel Schechter here.

  • Alona Frankel’s 1975 classic “Once Upon a Potty” is now an app.

  • Philadelphia is holding an eight-day festival in honor of composer Morton Feldman, whose work has been covered by the Forward’s Raphael Mostel here and here.

  • Jewcy interviews Paris Review editor Lorin Stein.

  • The Simon Wiesenthal center has what it thinks is Adolf Hitler’s first anti-Semitic writing.

  • Timonthy Snyder analyzes the many interrelated causes of the Holocaust.

  • Jake Mamer and Shoshana Olidort profile Bella Meyer, New York florist and granddaughter of Marc Chagall.

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