“Only then did I realize how uncomfortably close to home the novel was for my father, who also came of age in the 1930s and ’40s.”
“I wanted to tell the truth and I wanted to be mindful in a way that didn’t betray ‘us.’”
The precipitating event in “Ways to Disappear” is writer Beatriz Yagoda’s disappearance.
Carla Naumburg’s book, “Ready, Set, Breathe: Practicing Mindfulness With Your Children For Fewer Meltdowns And A More Peaceful Family”, delivers on its subtitle.
Editor Susan Schnur, who described herself as a recovering rabbi, said that Lilith was her “paper pulpit.”
Elon’s biggest artistic challenge was how to use Jerusalem as a backdrop and present it as a concept in the film.
She lives in the town of Bedford, where almost two years ago a swastika was discovered in the bathroom of a public school.
The documentary “Germans and Jews” discusses the relationship between the titular country and its Jewish population. Judy Bolton-Fasman talks to one of its creators about the inspiration for the film and the lessons it imparts.
In her new memoir, Judy Batalion details what it’s like to have grown up with a mother who is a hoarder.
Ethel Rosenberg who, along with her husband Julius, was tried and executed for conspiring to pass atomic secrets to Russia, in one of the celebrated cases in the anti-Communist Red Scare of the 1950s. However recently released grand jury testimony from Ethel’s brother, David Greenglass, has cast doubt on her guilt. A new novel by Jillain Kantor joins this conversation with a sympathetic portrait of Ethel as a wife and mother.