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  • Take a look at a series of photos taken by a young Stanley Kubrick titled “Life and Love on The New York City Subway.”

  • How Herman Göring’s younger brother Albert saved dozens of Jewish lives.

  • Adam Kirsch reflects on a “quasi-novel” about the assassinated Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich.

  • “The Steins Collect,” an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will now feature a wall text highlighting Gertrude Stein’s Vichy ties.

  • Meet the Israeli company behind “The Hunger Game.”

  • Francine Prose writes for Granta magazine about Downton abbey.

  • Hungary has long had its own, little-recognized “Neologue” movement of Judaism. But is the Neologue establishment out of touch with the country’s Jewish community?

  • Gladys Gewirtz, a pioneer of Jewish children’s music, has died at age 84.

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