One line establishes the crimes of a real Nazi doctor, but mischaracterizes his main victims.
Did you hear the Sholom Aleichem story about pickpockets, robbers and horse thieves? Most haven’t, until now.
Their transgressions include blocking L.A. traffic with James Corden, alleged cannibalism and failure to form a new Israeli government.
“Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song,” explains Leonard Cohen’s life through his most famous work.
Even now the piece seems like a ploy for attention at someone else’s expense.
Lockhart wanted to “create a hero whose heritage and ethnicity were important to the way she thought about being a hero.”
The shofar is not a very versatile instrument. Still, it has popped up in some interesting places over the course of its history.
It was a learning experience for which I eschewed social engagements, comfort and a small bit of my sanity.
Conspiracy theorist Richard Gage, who has entertained antisemitic conspiracy theories, appears in the fourth episode of Lee’s HBO series.
With Mike Richards’ exit, the field is wide open for a new host of America’s favorite quiz show.