This ain’t his daddy’s “Ghostbusters.”
Sam Lipsyte’s latest novel, “Hark,” hits the satirical bullseye once more.
Recent scholarship and online innovations have reunited Jewish victims and their heirs with their libraries.
Few displays of grief are as curious as that favored by the Israeli artist Dov Or-Ner, a Holocaust survivor who dresses as Adolf Hitler.
It’s become a cliché in the United States to say we have a Reality TV President, but Ukraine may well get a sitcom Head of State.
Proving they’re more than just a literary dream couple, Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon are in the thick of a new endeavor: Overseeing a TV show.
For the fifteenth year Kane Street Synagogue will bring audiences three nights best in Israeli cinema.
In a busy awards season, it’s easy to forget the BAFTAs. But the British Academy of Film and Television Arts has not forgotten the Jewish people.
Don’t worry; the Forward has you covered with our selection of a manageable handful of must-sees picked from a crowd of 32 contenders.
In many ways the change of ownership keeps the business in the family.