Out and About: Darren Aronofsky's New Pilot; Oskar Schindler's Art Museum
On Killing the Buddha, The Arty Semite contributor Gordon Haber adds a personal reflection to the circumcision debate in California.
Bucharest is getting its very first Jewish Film Festival.
Oskar Schindler’s factory in Krakow has been turned into a contemporary art museum.
Meet Xu Long, a Chinese chef with a passion for ancient Jewish coins.
Darren Aronofsky is signed on to direct “Hobgolin,” a pilot for HBO written by husband and wife team Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman about con men and magicians who battle Nazis during World War II.
Jeffrey Goldberg interviews Orthodox Jewish Milton scholar William Kolbrener about his new book, “Open Minded Torah.”
Bethlehem Shoals profiles Nadav Samin, a hip-hop pioneer turned Princeton doctoral candidate.
Christopher Hitchens takes on David Mamet in The New York Times.
Why a photography book with pictures of nude men skiing was a bestseller in Nazi Germany.
The Daily News profiles 84-year-old Brooklyn inventor George Weiss: