“The Falconer” is one of 2019’s most enjoyable novels. Its author has a long history with Jewish New York.
When Nicholas Meyer sent Sherlock Holmes on the trail of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” he thought his book might be timely. He had no idea.
Seventy-five years is a long time to wait before following up on a story. And yet, the stories of those refugee Seder children from 1943 endure.
Adam Langer explains why he will always think Manny’s Coffee Shop is better than the 2nd Avenue Deli — and how he will never ever be a New York Jew.
Hosted by NPR’s Kelly McEvers, ‘Embedded’ proved to be a riveting, even exhilarating journalistic podcast.
The Berlin heist thriller ‘Victoria’ was the best film of 2015. It was the best film on Netflix in 2016.
In “20 Ways of Looking at Trump’s America,” the Forward shares the visions of some of our favorite artists who contemplate the new world order.
Patti Smith sang “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” for an absent Bob Dylan at his Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm.
‘Babylon Line’ playwright Richard Greenberg talks baseball, “The Exorcist,” reading reviews and having diminished expectations.