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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.”
Writer László Krasznahorkai talks to Guernica magazine about terror in fiction, the aesthetic of the long sentence, his love of contemporary music, and collaborating with Allen Ginsberg. Read our review of his most recent novel here.
Bob Dylan and Toni Morrison will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Greil Marcus talks to the LA Review of Books about the three Jewish families of Montgomery, Alabama: The Weils, the Greils and the Schlemiels.
Arab-Israeli actress Hiam Abbass has been named to the Cannes Film Festival jury.
Meet Yiddish sensation Libby Pollak.
Take a look at a trove of previously unseen old New York City photos.
Eight American cities are getting money for new arts journalism initiatives.
Step into the weird and wonderful world of women’s arm wrestling.
Listen to Habitus editor Joshua Editor reflect on Berlin.
HEEB talks to the world’s most prolific “Downfall” parodist.
Darren Aronofsky may direct a George Washington biopic.
Yiddish theater comes to Johns Hopkins University.
A Haifa street-art collective goes to London.
The Israeli film “The Policeman” won the prize for Best Film at the Buenos Aires film festival.
Shulem Deen writes for Salon about how a Panasonic radio affected his marriage and his faith.
Check out Yiddish singer Anthony Russell tonight at the Workmen’s Circle.
Come see Forverts Editor Boris Sandler’s film about Yiddish writer Yosl Birshteyn tomorrow night at YIVO.
Ruth Franklin tells us what we can learn from video footage of Anne Frank.
Not everyone loves the new HBO show, “Girls.”
Cynthia Ozick has been shortlisted for this year’s Orange Prize for Fiction.
Jason Diamond riffles through Winston Churchill’s wardrobe at the Paris Review.