Out and About
The Israeli Museum of Caricature and Comics is giving its Golden Pencil award to “Dry Bones” creator Yaakov Kirschen.
Forward contributor Robert Zaretsky writes for The New York Times about Paris, as seen through Hollywood’s lens.
Keven Shea Adams takes pictures of an abandoned 1920s theater hidden above an East Village bodega.
Rachel Shteir appreciates Frederick Wiseman’s latest documentary, “Crazy Horse,” and its depiction of the female rear end.
Germany has used copyright laws to block the republication of “Mein Kampf.”
Abstract Expressionist Robert Motherwell’s painting “The Wall of the Temple” has been returned to its home at Congregation B’nai Israel in Millburn, N.J.
Kazimierz Smolen, director of the Auschwitz memorial site, has died at 91.
What can you do with a degree in Jewish Cultural Arts? This video will explain it to you: