Depictions of shtetl life — with their pogroms, close knit community and provincial ways — invite nostalgia and criticism all at once.
He meant to say “insurrection.”
Say what you will about Ted Cruz, he is a senator uniquely enamored of — and despised by — Hollywood.
In April of 1947, readers of this publication flocked en masse to our building, rolled up their sleeves, and got stuck with a vaccine.
In his address, Biden cited Scripture and an operatic anthem penned by a librettist known for works based on the lives of Holocaust survivors.
Many questioned the song’s use in a memorial for those who died of Covid-19. Do they have a point?
Quite a few presidents have betrayed an affinity for Jewish bible verses, sentiments and ideas through their inaugural speeches.
“The rhetoric that is in the background doesn’t just disappear. It’s not going to go away once these protests are over or once it’s died down.”
“He seemed to exist on the periphery of immigrant Ashkenazic life. He lived in a Jewish soundscape.”
“Captain America is the absolute antithesis of Donald Trump,” Kirby said. He’s not the first to suggest it.