“Welcome to Jerusalem” at the Jewish Museum Berlin is a robustly curated tour through a city “saturated with prayers and dreams.”
“Wagner carried the fear that he could contain Jewish blood in him. Whether it’s true or not, isn’t the issue. The issue is that he had the fear.”
Here and there, Lanzmann throws in a lecherous detail that might remind you of your dirty uncle.
Shot in Borough Park, the Yiddish film “Menashe” is stunning in its accuracy and attention to detail. Also, it’s a good movie.
Among the offerings at this year’s Berlin Film Festival — ”Menashe,” the first Yiddish language film to premiere at the Berlinale.
Philip Glass’s ‘Akhnaten’ — a three-hour long minimalist masterpiece — enjoyed a splashy new production in Los Angeles.
“Golem,” a new exhibit in Berlin views the mythical, clay creation from its very beginning to its relevance in the present day.
The late Leonard Cohen was the most Jewish bard of the 20th Century. In the current political climate, we need his music and poetry more than ever.
Hohenems, Austria, a town with 15,000 inhabitants, boasts a terrific Jewish museum. A.J. Goldmann travels there to find how this came about.
Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe are world-renowned. Yet the late Jewish architect and designer Frederick Kiesler remains obscure. A.J. Goldmann travels to Austria to find out why.