For Milne, a serious novelist, playwright and poet, Pooh became a Golem-like monster that would come back to haunt him.
He could talk to the animals — and some anti-Semites as well.
One of Beethoven’s works inspired the creation of one of the most universal Yiddish poems of all time.
As it turns out, the entire creative team behind the annual Radio City holiday event, which began in 1932, were Jewish men.
Ebenezer Scrooge is a moneylender who doesn’t celebrate Christmas. But is his story also about Jewish philanthropy?
Pete Townshend once wanted to write a Zionist rock opera.
In which we look at the Jewish man who inspired “Free Man In Paris” and other surprising historical details.
Upon the publication of Prince’s “The Beautiful Ones,” we give you the story of The Secret Jewish History of The Artist.
Garland auditioned for MGM with the 1896 Yiddish song “Eli, Eli.”
Keaton received his nickname “Buster” from Harry Houdini, who was born Erik Weisz.