Lorenzo da Ponte — a Jewish-born Venetian turned Roman Catholic priest (and playboy) — had a lot in common with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
“We have a great, prophetic responsibility to be involved.”
Jewish day schools are rethinking how they teach students about American racism. Among the subjects they’ll have to examine? Their own history.
A potential pardon for Kushner has long been the subject of speculation for Beltway insiders.
Perhaps the happiest experience of my childhood was dancing in the Colorado Ballet’s 2001 and 2002 productions of the 1892 classic.
Joseph Epstein’s viral op-ed arguing Dr. Jill Biden should drop the “Dr.” is fundamentally about control.
President Trump’s Twitter feed looks different these days.
I felt, and feel, a loving obligation to this place that transcends what I feel about Denver.
A large-scale police operation is ongoing in response to a reported shooting at a synagogue in Vienna, Austria.
The old Forward’s insistence on the importance of democracy wasn’t just an exercise in hope. It was also, consistently, an exercise in rage.